Remnants from Tropical Storm Blanca are pushing northward into Southern California and could give San Diego County a shower or thunderstorm through Tuesday night.
“Welcome to Florida this morning,” joked NBC 7’s Meteorologist Jodi Kodesh. “We’re in for one of those tropical days.”
The moist, muggy weather may even produce a rain shower. The chances are low, almost 20 percent according to Kodesh.
Rainfall amounts are greater in the mountains and desert, but still minimal.
By noon, temperatures at the beaches could be upper 70s to low 80s. Inland could reach 90 degrees which will fill a few degrees hotter because of the humidity.
“It’s going to be warm to hot wherever you are,” Kodesh said.
Even though most of the day will be a mix of sunshine and clouds, there is the potential for thunderstorms.
The remainder of the week we could see late night and early morning fog as the marine layer 'June Gloom' returns.