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Cool to start the week before a mid-week warm up

Temperatures stay cooler than common to start the week however warm properly past Thursday as morning clouds filter out.

Evan Noorani (KFMB), Karlene Chavis, News 8 Weather Team

3:50 PM PDT April 2, 2019

5:47 AM PDT May 9, 2022






SAN DIEGO — We start the new week with cloudy skies by the morning and sunshine by the afternoon and night. Temperatures proceed to pattern cooler than common with a longwave trough sinking in from the north. Most spots on the county map will peak about 5 to 10 levels cooler than regular, however sunshine can nonetheless be anticipated by the afternoon. We keep on with this cooler, grey climate sample (by the morning not less than) till midweek when temperatures warm up and skies clear with a ridge of excessive strain overhead.

Winds had been gusty county-wide on Mother’s Day however particularly breezy throughout San Diego County mountains and deserts. Peak wind gusts in our county clocked in round the 40 to 50 mph vary before largely dying down in a single day. A Wind Advisory beforehand in impact expired and now leaves us with simply mellow winds to start the week. Gusts will decide again up for this Wednesday and Thursday.

May Gray might be in full swing with coastal low clouds and patchy inland fog at instances for the first half of the week. We’ll see partly sunny skies as a dip in the jet stream sends cooler, marine air in our course. This will lead to a lot cooler temperatures this weekend in contrast to our latest warmth.

The surf will stay elevated by Sunday with a continued excessive danger of rip currents. 

A seaside hazards assertion was issued by Sunday night for coastal areas with elevated surf of 4 to 8 ft and a excessive danger of rip currents, which might create harmful swimming circumstances.

A small craft advisory was issued till 3 p.m. Sunday and once more from 5 a.m. Monday to 10 p.m. Wednesday with northwest winds 15 to 20 knots and gusts up to 25 knots anticipated.

As onshore circulate continues from a trough of low strain over the West, the marine layer will stay deep by the start of subsequent week. With a deepening of the marine layer, there’s a probability for patchy drizzle throughout this time interval. Models are usually not displaying important rainfall simply a typical May Gray sample. 

Westerly winds will even stay intact by Wednesday. This will lead to cooler than regular temperatures with daytime highs peaking 5° to 15° beneath seasonal. 

By the second half of subsequent week, the trough will transfer out as a ridge of excessive strain brings us one other warm up. Our daytime highs will peak properly above seasonal as higher 70s and low 90s kick off the weekend.

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