Press "Enter" to skip to content

Clear skies and above average temperatures ahead across San Diego

Breezy winds will persist this week with barely cooler temperatures on Saturday.

Karlene Chavis, Evan Noorani (KFMB), News 8 Weather Team

3:50 PM PDT April 2, 2019

5:48 AM PST February 17, 2021




SAN DIEGO — High stress builds on Wednesday, bringing a largely sunny day and a warming pattern by way of the remainder of the week. Expect loads of sunshine and highs within the 60s across the coast and 70s inland by the afternoon. A breeze continues with 20 to 30 mph gusts that may improve across the mountains and foothills from Wednesday into Thursday. 

Here’s a take a look at Wednesday afternoon excessive temperatures:

This kicks off a warming pattern that may proceed into the weekend and subsequent week. To begin subsequent week, widespread 70s and 80s are anticipated with extra sunshine. 

Saturday will deliver a day of briefly cooler and breezier climate (due to a close-by low-pressure system) earlier than heat units in once more by Sunday and into subsequent week. 

WEDNESDAY MICRO CLIMATE HIGHS:

  • Coastal highs close to 64°, seasonal norm: 64°
  • Inland valley highs close to 67°, seasonal norm:65°
  • Mountain highs close to 55°, seasonal norm: 50°
  • Desert highs close to 70°, seasonal norm: 70°

Our skies will begin to clear as excessive stress strikes in and offshore circulation picks up over the subsequent few days. This will deliver largely sunny skies again to San Diego County. In response to extra sunshine, temperatures will heat above seasonal by way of the rest of the week.

8 DAY MICROCLIMATE FORECAST: