SAN DIEGO — A weak High Pressure will keep us dry with mild temperatures through the week. A slight cool down on Wednesday as a Trough moves through the Pacific Northwest. Late night and early morning clouds will be confined to the coast and west valleys. By next weekend cooler conditions will arrive with an area of Low Pressure to our North. Waves are in the 1'-3' range, building to 2'-4' midweek, H2O 69°
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HERE'S WHAT WE SEEN SO FAR:
The tropical moisture from once "Kenneth" will filter out over the weekend as a ridge of high pressure moves in across the region. We will start off the morning with passing clouds, but afternoon sunshine is expected. Temperatures will respond by warming up, especially on Sunday with 80s making a comeback. Despite the warm up, our daytime highs will still be below seasonal because the ridge will be rather weak as low pressure systems continue to track to the north of us.
SEASONAL (AVERAGE) HIGHS:
- Coast/Metro near 77 degrees
- Inland valleys near 86 degrees
- Mountains near 77 degrees
- Desert near 99 degrees
NOT A BAD WAY TO KICK OFF THE FIRST WEEKEND OF FALL!
AT THE COAST:
Expect the surf to remain from one to three feet with a low risk of rip currents through Sunday. Also expect a small southerly swell on Sunday from "Kenneth" before the mix of northwest wind and ground swells returns next week.
Expect the return of 80s inland with the 70s along the coast in the afternoon hours for much of next week. High pressure will also lead to a shallow marine layer. Dense fog could be an issue in the days ahead.
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