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King Tides are back and so are near seasonal temps

Onshore will hold the marine layer intact with extra cool temps into the beginning of the weekend. Santa Anas return on Sunday with probabilities for moist climate subsequent week.

SAN DIEGO — King Tides have returned to our shoreline. The new moon is creating an additional pull on the morning excessive tides and massive swing between our tide occasions. The tides won’t coincide with excessive surf. Therefore, minor tidal flooding is barely anticipated at flood-prone seashores like Cardiff State Beach and Imperial Beach. 

This is a good time to take a look at our tidepools, together with in La Jolla. The hyperlink under has a listing of nice places throughout the county this weekend.

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Onshore movement will hold our marine layer intact with low clouds alongside the coast and patchy fog throughout the valleys. The fog will get dense in spots tonight via Saturday morning with diminished visibility all the way down to 1 / 4 of a mile or much less at occasions. A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for San Diego County inland valleys. 

Cool temperatures will proceed into the beginning of the weekend. Daytime highs will peak near to under seasonal, west of the mountains. On the flip facet, temps will proceed to max out above common within the mountains and desert.

SEASONAL (AVERAGE) HIGHS:

  • Coast near 67°
  • Inland valleys near 67°
  • Mountains near 52°
  • Desert near 71°

The second half of the weekend will convey the return of Santa Ana winds. Locally, northeast winds will breeze from 15 – 25 mph with gusts as much as 40 mph. Stronger gusts as much as 50 mph are attainable throughout the Santa Ana mountains and Inland Empire. This will result in elevated fireplace climate circumstances throughout the mountains on Sunday. 

This shall be a fast wind occasion. A trough of low strain will drop in on Tuesday. This will fire up westerly winds with attainable gusts as much as 50 – 60 mph throughout the mountains and desert Monday afternoon via Tuesday afternoon. The trough will even result in a deepening of the marine layer and a slight likelihood for gentle showers Monday evening via Tuesday morning. 

A attainable sturdy storm is forecast to maneuver in in a while within the week. Models are hinting at an opportunity for rain on Thursday and Friday. Initial mannequin runs are suggesting as much as 0.50″ attainable west of the mountains with the return of sturdy west winds. Naturally, extra particulars within the days forward.

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