Clear skies and above average temps continue in San Diego


An offshore breeze will flip gusty at instances with a Wind Advisory in impact throughout most of San Diego County till Thursday afternoon.

SAN DIEGO — Thursday morning begins beneath clear skies and temperatures in the 40s with some gusty winds, particularly alongside the mountains and deserts. By the afternoon, sunny skies will stick with excessive temperatures in the higher 60s and 70s inland. 

Due to the breeze, a Wind Advisory was issued for San Diego County valleys and mountains by means of Thursday afternoon.  

In response to the dry northerly air stream coinciding with a growing weak higher ridge, temperatures will heat a couple of levels above average. Daytime highs will peak 5° to 10° hotter than traditional by means of Friday, west of the mountains.


  • Coastal highs close to 68°, seasonal norm: 64°
  • Inland valley highs close to 71°, seasonal norm: 65°
  • Mountain highs close to 53°, seasonal norm: 50°
  • Desert highs close to 67°, seasonal norm: 70°


A wind shift will happen by the beginning of the weekend as an space of low stress closes in on Southern California. Onshore stream will push in coastal clouds and set off cooler temps. Some morning fog is feasible early Saturday morning too.

Expect westerly gusts peaking from 35 – 40 mph earlier than offshore stream resumes Monday. This will immediate an even bigger warm-up on Monday, west of the mountains. That warm-up will lengthen to the mountains and desert by Tuesday.