SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A dense fog advisory went into effect Saturday at 5 p.m. and was expected to last until at least 5 p.m. Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
"Be careful, visibility will be lower in the coastal regions, down to a quarter-mile or less and could reach as low as 100 feet," National Weather Service forecaster Tina Stall said. "That could impact areas of Interstates 5 and 8 and 805, state Routes 56, 78 and 163 and other areas within 10 miles of the coast."
The foggy conditions also could cause delays at San Diego International Airport and McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad.
The NWS cautions motorists to use low-beam, rather than high-beam, headlights during foggy conditions to maximize visibility.
Stall said fog should burn off about 10 or 11 a.m. Sunday. She said temperatures will be about the same as Saturday along the coast on Sunday, but could be 5 to 10 degrees cooler inland.
Strong and gusty Santa Ana winds, low humidity levels and high temperatures prompted the National Weather Service to issue a red flag fire warning Monday in San Diego County.
Temperatures Monday are warm, above average for the coast but below average at the desert. Santa Ana wind event will produce low humidity and gusty winds.
Bike riders, scooter users and pedestrians -- and bad drivers -- in Mission Beach and Pacific Beach will be targeted for safety enforcement by San Diego police Sunday.
Just a few days ago thunderstorms rolled through San Diego bringing measurable rain to the county for the first time in months. But things are about to change as strong Santa Anas are headed our way.
A man led police on a short car chase and barricaded himself in a Mission Bay motel before officers were able to arrest him Sunday.
An overflowing sewage line in Del Mar prompted authorities to warn visitors to stay out of the water at a section of the city's shoreline Sunday.
Authorities were searching for a suspect on Sunday following an attempted sexual assault in Little Italy.
Chase De Leo scored on the final shot of the shootout to give the San Diego Gulls a 6-5 victory over the Ontario Reign Saturday night in Ontario, their first win of the 2018-19 American Hockey League season.
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