San Diego

Feeling the heat before a cooler weekend

Inland temperatures have been toasty right this moment as daytime highs peaked above seasonal. This development will proceed by means of Friday courtesy of excessive strain.

SAN DIEGO — For the remainder of the evening, anticipate a shallow marine layer as a consequence of a ridge of excessive strain over Southern California. This will maintain the low clouds and patchy fog favoring the coast and western valleys. 

With a constructing ridge of excessive strain over the West, inland temperatures will shortly heat up with the heating of the day on Wednesday. Coastal highs shall be hotter, however on the delicate facet due the afternoon sea breeze, in comparison with most of the county. 

The peak of the heat shall be Thursday and Friday as the ridge continues its trek over the area. Peak temperatures shall be as much as 10° to twenty° above seasonal with the return of triple digit temperatures in the desert on Thursday. There is a good likelihood that Borrego Springs will hit the century mark Thursday and Friday. This could be the first time this year. Last time? September twenty third, 2021.


The surf shall be as much as 3 to five ft by means of Friday with a continued excessive threat for rip currents.

The ridge will breakdown over the weekend as a broad trough of low strain strikes in over the West. This will provoke cooler temperatures for Mother’s Day weekend. Additionally, a stronger onshore move will result in low clouds and patchy fog, which may create diminished visibility by the begin of the weekend. It will stretch a little extra inland. 

With a deepening of the marine layer, there could possibly be a likelihood for patchy drizzle to mild measurable rainfall by early subsequent week. Some fashions present a deep trough forming over the West. At this level, it’s too early to inform. If an space of low strain sags extra south, you may begin seeing a few rain drops popping up on the 8-day forecast in the days forward.

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