A red flag warning was in effect in parts of San Diego through Sunday evening. 

Temperatures are expected to be cooler this week with wet weather expected by the middle of it.

SUNDAY MICROCLIMATE HIGHS:

  • Coastal highs near 82°, normal around 69°
  • Inland highs near 90°, normal around 75°
  • Mountain highs near 78°, normal around 60°
  • Desert highs near 88°, normal around 78°

A low pressure system will strengthen over the West Coast as cooler temps return Tuesday. As colder onshore winds strengthen, temperatures will drop even more by the middle of the week. 

This low pressure will also bring us the first rainfall of the season! By Tuesday night, there is a slight chance of light rain, mostly in the mountains, from potential tropical moisture moving in from northern Baja.

Forecast Model -- Rainfall
KFMB-TV Weather Dept.

The chances will increase by Wednesday as the previously mentioned system closes in on Southern California. Expect widespread, light to moderate rain continuing through Thursday as the system moves eastward. The snow level will also drop to 7,000'.

8 Day Forecast Coast and Inland
KFMB-TV Weather Dept.
8 Day Forecast Mountains and Desert
KFMB-TV Weather Dept.