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Cool and cloudy to start the weekend in San Diego

A strong onshore flow will deepen the marine layer & stir up high winds in the mountains and desert. Sunday will bring the start of a warming trend & more sunshine.
Credit: KFMB-TV Weather Dept.

SAN DIEGO — A Wind Advisory is in effect until early Sunday morning. Strong winds may blow down tree limbs, blow away unsecured objects, and potentially cause power outages.

After the low exits, a trough of low pressure will linger over the West tomorrow. Temperatures will be seasonal at the coast with below-average highs from the inland valleys to the desert.

SATURDAY MICROCLIMATE HIGHS:

  • Coastal highs near 69°, normal around 69°
  • Inland highs near 71°, normal around 80°
  • Mountain highs near 64°, normal around 74°
  • Desert highs near 85°, normal around 99°

AT THE COAST:

Credit: KFMB-TV Weather Dept.
Credit: KFMB-TV Weather Dept.
Credit: KFMB-TV Weather Dept.

High pressure will start to build in by the second half of the weekend. This will lead to mostly sunny skies and a bump up in temperatures by Sunday afternoon. 

SUNDAY MICROCLIMATE HIGHS:

  • Coastal highs near 72°, normal around 69°
  • Inland highs near 77°, normal around 80°
  • Mountain highs near 64°, normal around 74°
  • Desert highs near 91°, normal around 99°

That warming trend will continue into the first half of the week as 80s and 90s return to the coast and valleys with triple digit temperatures back in the desert by midweek. Marine layer will also begin to shallow with an increasing chance of patchy dense fog near the coast starting Monday.

Credit: KFMB-TV Weather Dept.
Credit: KFMB-TV Weather Dept.