Heat wave to hit San Diego late this week

'Extreme, dangerous' heat to continue this week, meteorologists say

Heat Wave Bakes Parts Of The Midwest And Northeast With Extreme Temperatures

Highs on Saturday and Sunday will be from 80-85 with lows in the upper 50s and low 60s.

Behind the cold front that will bring unsettled weather Friday, a comfortable weekend is on tap!

Expect a high in the mid-90s with a heat index above 100ºF on Independence Day.

"Heat indices of these values could lead to heat illnesses particularly to those most vulnerable, " forecasters cautioned while urging people to stay hydrated, keep young children and animals out of locked cars, limit outdoor work and wear light weight clothing.


A toasty Tuesday after days of heat advisories may make you want to shake your fist at the sun, but take solace in knowing the week's lingering heat won't ruin your Fourth of July plans. Yesterday, the final day of June, was the second day of 90 degree heat for most of us, as temperatures climbed into the low to mid 90s under a milky sunshine. Fryeburg's high Sunday was 92 degrees, with a heat index of 97 degrees.

Tuesday night: Clear skies with temperatures dipping down into the high 70s.

Heat and hazardous weather advisories have been posted across the state as ME braces for a week of sweltering humidity and warm air.

The ridge of heat will gradually shift east by the second half of the week, which enable storm chances to increase slightly over the area.


Temps come way down on Friday with even cooler air for the weekend.

For many locations more than a few miles away from the ocean, this will be a protracted heat wave probably maxing out at 7 or 8 consecutive days! Cooler sea breezes will develop on the shore each day with highs in the 80s. High temperatures will be in the upper 80s.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy with scattered showers developing by afternoon.

This weekend is so hot, that it can be downright unsafe; otherwise it's great to enjoy water activities. At the emergency room the man's internal temperature reached 108 degrees, damaging his brain.


Clouds have exited the building! -for the most part- Heat and humidity, have not.

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