HEATWAVE FORECAST LATE NEXT WEEK

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By Miriam Raftery

 

July 1, 2018 (San Diego) — The National Weather Service predicts temperatures are likely to reach excessive levels by Friday and Saturday. There will also be a chance of thunderstorms in the mountains of San Diego County and other Southern California locations. Temperatures could reach 118 degrees in Borrego Springs, 101 in Ramona, 100 degrees in Alpine, and 97 degrees in Julian.

 

Be sure to stay well hydrated with plenty of water and avoid strenuous outdoor activities if possible.  If you must work outdoors, take frequent breaks in the shade or indoors.

Comments

The sun is brightly burning, and the heat is on!

Get ready to pay a higher electricity bill as well as face the heat. With SDG&E's ever increasing charges, most of us are going to feel the pain of a different type of burn!