Peak wind gusts occurring Sunday night into early Monday morning.
SAN DIEGO — Winds have been predicted to show onshore in San Diego County Sunday, resulting in breezy circumstances throughout the mountains and deserts and a slight cooling for areas west of the mountains, although the deserts could stay sizzling, the National Weather Service mentioned.
Low clouds and fog have been blanketing the near-shore waters Sunday morning, with some coastal areas obscured. This was the results of a coastal eddy spinning about 30 miles offshore, the NWS mentioned.
Fog may have an effect on operations Sunday morning at San Diego International Airport, forecasters mentioned.
Winds could improve Sunday afternoon throughout the mountains and desert slopes, with peak wind gusts occurring Sunday night into early Monday morning and the highest gusts at 35 to 50 mph throughout wind-prone passes.
High temperatures alongside the coast Sunday have been predicted to be 72 to 77 levels with in a single day lows of 53 to 58. Highs in the western valleys have been anticipated to be 81 to 86 and 86 to 91 close to the foothills, with in a single day lows of 49 to 55.
Highs in the mountains have been anticipated to be 82 to 91 with in a single day lows of 46 to 56, and highs in the deserts have been predicted to be 105 to 110 with in a single day lows of 66 to 74.
Further cooling could happen Monday, forecasters mentioned. A deepening marine layer may result in extra widespread low clouds and fog throughout the coastal waters, the coast and the western valleys Sunday night time into Monday morning.
A sample change late this week could result in noticeable cooling and powerful winds throughout the mountains and deserts, and a really deep marine layer.
Patchy fog with visibility one nautical miles or much less was anticipated Sunday morning over coastal waters. Some could linger into the afternoon hours.
A complete lunar eclipse will happen Sunday night, however low clouds and fog could obscure the moon alongside seashores and 5 miles inland. Elsewhere, just a few skinny excessive clouds should not have an effect on viewing.
San Diego moonrise can be at 7:32 p.m. Sunday. The whole eclipse beings at 8:29 p.m. and ends at 9:53 p.m.
Expect the surf to stay as much as 2 to 4 ft with a reasonable threat of rip currents Sunday.
By the begin of subsequent week, a trough of low stress will nudge the ridge to the east. This broad characteristic will deepen over the Northeast Pacific beginning Sunday. Onshore stream will choose up and result in a slip in temperatures from the coast to the mountains. No modifications are anticipated in the desert.
This sample will stick round for most of subsequent week. The choose up in westerly winds could have the strongest gusts favoring the mountains and desert, peaking as much as 40 – 50 mph. A weak ridge will build over the area. It will solely bump up temperatures a level or two earlier than a gradual cooling resumes by Friday.