County saw record-breaking temperature in heat wave
San Diego (CNS)-According to the National Weather Service, after a record day in Borrego Springs, Campo and Chula Vista, dry heat waves will continue in San Diego County on Wednesday.
According to the NWS report, the maximum temperature of Chula Vista on Tuesday was 85 degrees, exceeding the milestone of June 15th, which was 76 degrees set in 1993. Campo’s maximum thermometer reading was 106 degrees, exceeding the 104 degrees set in 1961. The old high.
Borrego Springs saw mercury rise to 117 on Tuesday, breaking the 1989 record of 115.
It is expected that the high temperature in coastal areas on Wednesday will be low in the mid-1970s to the 1980s, low in the western valleys in the 1980s, high in the 90s to 100s near the foothills, high in the 90s to low 100 in the mountains and low to 110 in the desert.
The high temperature warning is still in effect at 9pm on Friday in the Western Valley, 9pm on Saturday in the mountains, and 9pm on Sunday in the desert.
Forecasters say that the heat in the desert may reach 121 degrees on Thursday and then 123 degrees on Friday.
Forecasters say that the temperature in the western valley may reach triple digits on Wednesday, while the high temperature in the mountainous area is expected to reach 104 degrees and 105 degrees on Thursday and Friday, respectively.
The Bureau of Meteorology stated that extreme high temperatures will significantly increase the likelihood of high-temperature-related diseases, especially for those who work or participate in outdoor activities.
People should be prepared to drink plenty of water, stay in air-conditioned rooms, away from the sun, and check relatives and neighbors.
Although under no circumstances should young children and pets be left unattended in the car, but the Meteorological Service says this is especially true in warm or hot weather—the interior of a car can reach lethal temperatures within minutes.
The county has opened nine “cool zone” locations to help the public resist the heat. The “Cool Zone” is located in the Alps, Bolygo Springs, Fallbrook, Lakeside, Potrero, Ramona, San Isabel, Spring Valley and the valley center.
A complete list of locations can be found Here.
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