As the heat wave spreads, there may be showers on Friday morning
San Diego (CNS)-According to the National Weather Service, there will be a heat wave in San Diego County on Friday, but the situation has begun to change slightly. By Sunday, only the desert will remain hot.
Forecasters say that the high-pressure system in the southwestern United States still exists and will keep most of the area hot on Saturday. Another high pressure is spinning in Southern California, with light showers throughout the county on Friday morning.
By Friday afternoon, the sky over the entire area will be clear, the desert may reach 122 degrees, and the mountains are expected to reach 103 degrees.
According to the National Weather Service, Borrego Springs reached 118 degrees on Thursday, breaking the 114-degree record set on June 17, which was set in 2008.
The NWS overheating warning will continue until 9pm on Saturday in the Western Valley, 9pm on Sunday in the mountains and 9pm on Sunday in the desert.
Friday’s high temperature is expected to be low from the mid-1970s to the 1980s in the coastal areas, low to the mid-1980s in the western valleys, low to the mid-1990s near the foothills, low to 100s in the low mountainous areas in the 1990s, and 110s to low in the desert. 120s.
The authorities suggest that these conditions significantly increase the possibility of high temperature-related diseases, especially for those who work or participate in outdoor activities. People are advised to drink plenty of water, stay in air-conditioned rooms, look for shade, and check for relatives and neighbors who are potentially at risk.
The National Weather Service warned that young children and pets should never be left unattended in the car-especially in such hot weather, the interior of the car may reach a lethal temperature within a few minutes.
In order to help local residents withstand the heat, the county provides “cool” in the Alps, Borrego Springs, Fallbrook, Lakeside, Potrero, Ramona, San Isabel, Spring Valley, and Valley Center. District” site. A complete list of locations can be found at: https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/hhsa/programs/ais/cool_zones/.
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