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Cool temps continue Tuesday; warm up starts Thursday

Gusty westerly winds will preserve temperatures under seasonal as a result of a trough over the West. A ridge will convey a warm up by the second half of the week.

SAN DIEGO — Clouds are usually not fairly as considerable this Tuesday morning as they have been yesterday or over the weekend. Partly cloudy skies begin the morning and with breaks in clouds, we’ve some chilly morning temperatures — primarily within the higher 40s and low 50s. By the afternoon, count on partly cloudy skies to persist alongside gusty west winds that can preserve forecast excessive temperatures barely cooler than common for one more day.

It’s cool, it is breezy and it will keep that manner for a bit. A broad trough of low strain is triggering the gusty west winds. As it hangs over the West, count on the marine layer to return every evening and morning with afternoon sunshine and extra under seasonal temperatures by means of Wednesday. 


A west swell will continue by means of Wednesday with the surf subsiding solely barely to three to five toes. A excessive danger of rip currents will continue alongside our shoreline.

By the second half of the week, the trough of low strain will likely be swapped out for a constructing ridge of excessive strain. Expect a restricted marine layer with low clouds and patchy fog favoring the instant coast. 

Temperatures will begin to climb on Thursday and continue to soar into the weekend. Winds will likely be calmer with a sea breeze primarily impacting the coast. With that being mentioned, temperatures will peak above seasonal on the coast, up to 10° hotter than regular. But, the warmth will likely be extra intense inland with daytime highs maxing out 15° to twenty° above common. This will result in 90s, inland and even within the mountains. The desert will return to triple digits.

The peak of the warmth appears to be on Saturday from the mountains to the coast, whereas the height strikes the desert Sunday.

By the beginning of subsequent week, a trough of low strain will nudge the ridge to the east, therefore the height of the warmth on Sunday within the desert. Onshore circulate will choose up and result in a slip in temperatures. Despite the dip in levels by means of Tuesday of subsequent week, daytime highs will stay above seasonal inland. 

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