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Mild at the coast with an inland warm up this week

We’ll wrap up the month with extra days of May Gray alongside the coast. More hours of sunshine anticipated inland will result in warm afternoon highs by means of Thursday.

SAN DIEGO — It was a quiet begin to the week with the marine layer on repeat alongside the coast. We had been basking in the sunshine by the afternoon hours with temperatures peaking close to to barely beneath seasonal throughout the county. 

The low clouds are already reappearing alongside the coast and stretching into the western valleys. Low clouds and patchy fog will likely be on repeat for these areas and turn out to be extra confined to the coast by means of Thursday. This will likely be resulting from a shallow marine layer from a constructing ridge of excessive strain over the area. Fog may very well be an situation into the subsequent few mornings for coastal communities. 

Weak onshore circulate will preserve the coast gentle in comparison with the remainder of the county. Daytime highs will climb by means of Thursday with Wednesday and Thursday being the peak of the warmth.


Conditions will stay the identical by means of Wednesday.

The ridge can have inland temperatures peaking above seasonal earlier than a trough of low strain from the Pacific Northwest strikes in. This will push the ridge east by Thursday. The dip in the jet stream will convey us cooler temperatures, breezy winds and added cloud cover to the surroundings into the weekend. 

The trough will set off stronger onshore winds with gusts strongest in the mountains and desert, up to 40 – 50 mph. These winds will likely be elevated Thursday evening by means of Sunday. This will immediate driving hazards particularly alongside the 8 for vehicles and huge semis. Additionally, driving in the desert may very well be troublesome at instances from blowing sand and dirt in the desert.

After the slip in temperatures over the weekend, a ridge of excessive strain will begin to transfer in on Memorial Day. This will likely be a transition day earlier than a widespread warm up strikes the county by Tuesday.

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