A high pressure system over Utah will bring another warming trend to Southern California through Wednesday, but San Diego will be spared the worst.
The National Weather Service office in San Diego said highs Monday will be 75 to 80 near the coast, 84 to 89 inland and into the 90s in the western valleys and foothills. It will be several degrees warmer on Tuesday.
It will be much hotter elsewhere in Southern California, with San Bernardino reaching the low 100s and Palm Springs over 110.
“High pressure aloft will continue hot weather for inland areas through Wednesday followed by slow cooling into next weekend,” the weather service said.