Throughout the week the county will see a gradual warm-up with the most popular temperatures anticipated Friday via the weekend.
SAN DIEGO — Over the previous couple of days, San Diego County has seen some wild climate! From Severe Thunderstorm Warnings to Flash Flood Watches, the county had a really lively weekend.
Expect a cooler than common day at present and related circumstances Tuesday and Wednesday. We have mist and lightweight drizzle related to our morning marine layer. Some inland areas might get the sunshine however the clouds might remain cussed alongside the coast. Afternoon highs might be within the 70’s from the coast to inland valleys. An upper-level low will transfer east and one other trough from the Pacific Northwest contribute to this cooling pattern.
A big trough was anticipated to develop via the primary half of the week, sustaining onshore move, a deep marine layer, and cooler than common days.
Northwest winds have been anticipated to extend Tuesday over the outer coastal waters, with gusts close to 20 knots doable.
A south-southwest swell was predicted to convey elevated surf and a excessive threat of rip currents to the seashores Monday into Tuesday. Surf is anticipated to steadily diminish Tuesday via Wednesday.
By Thursday, warmth and Santa Ana winds return. This weekend might be a scorching one with above-average climate. That means the coast will attain the low to mid 80’s and inland valleys might be again within the low-90’s.