An offshore breeze will result in clearer skies and hotter than ordinary temps by Friday. Inland areas are on alert on account of gusty situations beginning tonight.
SAN DIEGO — Today was a quiet one. Northerly gusts moved by the County as we noticed passing clouds and felt close to seasonal temperatures from the coast to the desert.
In truth, Downtown San Diego, Ramona and Borrego Springs had been one diploma shy of hitting their average highs for in the present day.
The passing clouds we noticed in the present day and this night will begin to clear by the in a single day hours as offshore move picks up. A floor excessive north of the area will set off north to northeast winds by Thursday.
Due to the creating breeze, a Wind Advisory has been issued for San Diego County valleys and mountains from tonight by Thursday afternoon.
In response to the dry northerly air move coinciding with a creating weak higher ridge, temperatures will heat a couple of levels above average. Daytime highs will peak 5° to 10° hotter than ordinary by Friday, west of the mountains.
THURSDAY MICRO CLIMATE HIGHS:
- 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°
AT THE COAST THROUGH THURSDAY:
A wind shift will happen by the begin of the weekend as an space of low strain closes in on Southern California. Onshore move will push in coastal clouds and set off cooler temps.
Expect westerly gusts peaking from 35 – 40 mph earlier than offshore move resumes Monday. This will immediate an even bigger warm-up on Monday, west of the mountains. That warm-up will prolong to the mountains and desert by Tuesday.