Heat advisory in effect through Monday

Aug 29, 2017, 00:38
Heat advisory in effect through Monday

During the time of the warning, prolonged exposure to these temperatures will increase the risk of heat related illnesses, particularly for vulnerable populations.

And while the mercury will skyrocket Monday, temperatures are expected to be even higher Tuesday and Wednesday, with meteorologists predicting the heat to peak Tuesday for areas west of the mountains and on Wednesday farther inland.

The National Weather Service on Monday issued an excessive-heat warning through Wednesday, saying the high temperatures will create "a unsafe situation" this week.

Riverside is expected to reach 108 while Lake Elsinore could hit 110 - both would tie record highs.

El Cajon saw a new record on Thursday when the temperature reached just 75 degrees, three degrees cooler than the previous record low for the date set in 2012, according to the NWS. Temperatures may reach 100-107 degrees across the foothills.

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On Tuesday, San Diego is forecasted to hit 91 degrees, which would break the previous August 29 record of 88. "The old record was 115 set in 2011".

The smoke and stale air over the Bay Area also triggered a third consecutive Spare The Air day warning for the region.

Weather officials said lows will mostly be in the 60s.

The National Weather Service warns beachgoers to beware. Highs will hover around the 100 degree mark for the remainder of the week. An excessive heat warning has been issued for much of the Central Valley through Monday evening. "Some heat related illnesses are serious enough to require hospitalization and could become fatal if left untreated".