SAN DIEGO - Offshore winds could blow into Southern California early Monday morning, but were expected to die down and give way to above-average temperatures in the 90s, forecasters said.
Those winds will die down throughout the day, producing temperatures 15 to 20 degrees higher than the average, according to the National Weather Service.
In San Diego County, highs will reach 88 and 89 in Escondido and Ramona, respectively.
The heat will continue Tuesday, but will cool down on the coast, according to NWS forecast. Gusty winds will bring cooler air into the region Wednesday and Thursday.
Fair and warmer temperatures are expected again Friday -- the first day of the 2018 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio.