SAN DIEGO, California -- Heat records are expected to fall across San Diego County this weekend, with temperatures rising 10 to 15 degrees above normal, from the coast to the mountains, says the National Weather Service. Forecasters say its most likely that new records will be set in San Diego, Oceanside Harbor, Chula Vista, Escondido, Ramona, Alpine and El Cajon. The weather service will have a heat advisory in effect Saturday through Monday.
"We're going to have downslope winds inland, which will heat things up. And there won't be much of a marine layer to cool things off at the coast," said Jimmy Taeger, a weather service forecaster.
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