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Cooler, Overcast Conditions Typical as June Gloom Begins

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The National Weather Service reports no change as May Gray turns to June Gloom, with cool, overcast conditions expected to stay for a while.

There is no change of weather conditions apparent for the next 10 days, said meteorologist Stan Wasowski of the NWS.

While there will be "subtle variations" to the degree of overcast and misty precipitation in inland areas, the marine layer should keep the sun from poking through near the coast, Wasowski said.

Inland areas might see a little sun today and tomorrow, but a new low pressure system moving in from the Pacific should put an end to that in a couple of days, Wasowski said.

He said if it were winter, the current conditions would open the door for some major rainstorms.

As it is, there will be some nights over the next week with the type of mist that made San Diego resemble Seattle or London Saturday evening. Official record showed up to .04 inch of precipitation in some areas of the county.

Downtown San Diego highs are expected to be in the mid-60s this week, with lows around 60 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. In the inland valleys, highs are forecast to be around 70 degrees.

For warmth and sunshine this week, the mountains are expected to have clear skies and highs approaching 80, according to the NWS forecast.

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