If you were planning on spending the week outside, change those plans if you can.
A heat wave is expected to begin Tuesday according to NBCSanDiego weather forecaster Whitney Southwick.
High pressure building over the southwest will bring three to four days of hot weather this week, according to the National Weather Service.
Triple digits will be common inland beginning Tuesday. In fact, the NWS said to expect highs between 90 to 100 in the coastal valleys of San Diego County and temps between 100 and 110 in the inland valleys.
Anyone working outdoors this week should take the necessary precautions. Drink plenty of water, wear lightweight loose-fitting clothing and wear a hat.
Never leave children or pets in enclosed vehicles – even for “just a minute.”
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