Heat wave reaches ‘the tail end’ in Southern California
The sun is out to a degree and the temperature in this part of the country is on the rise.
It’s a typical early-summer day in San Diego, California.
And it’s one like no other you’ll see all day, with temperatures in the 90s and a sunny disposition.
Just before 7:30 a.m. on Sunday, temperatures have reached an uncharacteristic 98 degrees.
It’s not windy and there are no humidity concerns.
The only people who live in the area are early morning workers at an indoor water park and weekend vacationers in the area of Mission Bay.
The temperature is in the high 80s, which is not unusual for June in Southern California.
Sunny weather in early June is unusual for Southern California, at least early in the year, but the record high temperature was 86 on June 14, 1998.
The average high temperature for June (since 1895) is 89.6 degrees, and most days have more than a 40-degree difference between the highest and lowest temperatures.
Temperatures will drop as the day goes on.
On its way to cooler heights, however, the heat wave will be followed by a cold front that will bring temperatures down into the high 60s.
The system will begin its trek through Southern California at about 7 p.m. local time.
The National Weather Service says the cold front will stay with the ocean for most of the day, passing over San Diego between midnight and 1 a.m., when it will move into the mountains.
Temperatures will drop again, but the afternoon will be relatively warm.
Temperatures in the San Diego area are likely to climb into the low 80s by late Sunday, with sunshine becoming intermittent.
It’s the end of a busy, hot day, with temperatures in the upper 90s across San Diego County.
In the Valley, temperatures will remain above 90 degrees for the rest of the day and into the evening.
Temperatures are expected to peak at 94 degrees in the early evening as the air cools from the heat wave.
Just after 4 p.m., however, temperatures will drop below 90 degrees in the valley, as the cool air from