SAN DIEGO, CA — Forecasters expect cooler climate throughout San Diego County this week, with a gradual stream of excessive clouds persevering with by a lot of Saturday.
Dense fog affected parts of the coast Saturday morning, with a number of studies of visibilities beneath 100-200 ft, the National Weather Service mentioned.
“Nonetheless, temperatures should warm nicely into the high 70s and low 80s for most inland valleys, making this the warmest of the next seven days,” forecasters mentioned.
High temperatures alongside coastal areas Saturday had been anticipated to be 66- 71 levels, with in a single day lows of 48-54, the NWS mentioned. Inland valley highs might be 76-81 with in a single day lows of 50-57.
Mountain highs had been anticipated to be 68-75 with in a single day lows of 45-55. Desert highs might be round 84 levels with in a single day lows of 55-65.
Patchy dense fog could redevelop alongside parts of the coast Saturday night time into Sunday morning, however protection will doubtless be restricted, forecasters mentioned. Developing weak upper-level low strain Sunday and Monday alongside the West Coast will pressure a drop in temperatures by Monday, when highs will principally stay within the 60s west of the mountains.
“Onshore flow will reinvigorate the marine layer Sunday night, with more expansive low clouds affecting coastal and valley areas,” the NWS mentioned. “Slight offshore flow may raise temperatures a touch on Tuesday as the trough swings east, but winds will be weak given marginal surface pressure gradients.”
A second trough will comply with intently behind Wednesday and Thursday, bringing further cooling and a return to an onshore wind regime, together with a deeper marine layer.
“This should make for a Thanksgiving Day that’s a little cooler than normal, with a slight chance for patchy light drizzle west of the mountains,” forecasters mentioned.
Over the coastal waters, patchy dense fog is feasible late Saturday afternoon by Sunday morning, with visibility beneath one nautical mile.
—City News Service