Onshore circulate will deliver us cooler temps, low clouds, patchy fog & gusty mountain situations Saturday. Winds might be offshore once more as we heat up Sunday & Monday.
SAN DIEGO — It was a cold start to our Friday before the hotter than common afternoon temps kicked in. In truth, Ramona tied a document in a single day low before warming 44° beneath our largely sunny skies.
Under a ridge of excessive strain, daytime highs remained 5° to 10° hotter than common. There have been much more 70s throughout the County on Friday.
Into the start of the weekend, onshore circulate will choose up because the ridge flattens out in response to a low strain system sweeping to the north of us. Low clouds and patchy fog will return Friday evening by means of Saturday morning before clearing by the afternoon.
Westerly winds might be gusty at occasions. This has prompted a Wind Advisory to be issued for the San Diego County mountains for a 12-hour interval on Saturday. The peak gusts will favor the desert mountain slopes by the afternoon.
The push of cooler, marine air will trigger temperatures to slide as nicely. Not a significant drop, however it’ll put us again in the close to seasonal vary, west of the mountains.
SATURDAY MICRO CLIMATE HIGHS:
- Coastal highs close to 64°, seasonal norm: 64°
- Inland valley highs close to 67°, seasonal norm: 65°
- Mountain highs close to 58°, seasonal norm: 50°
- Desert highs close to 75°, seasonal norm: 70°
AT THE COAST THROUGH SATURDAY:
The push of widespread marine air might be short-lived as offshore circulate resumes Saturday evening by means of Sunday. The valley and mountains will really feel the brunt of this wind occasion. Expect inland valley gusts 30 – 40 mph with gusts peaking from 50 – 60 mph in the mountains as one other floor excessive strikes in over the Great Basin.
Another surge of weaker, Santa Ana winds will accompany a strengthening ridge of excessive strain over Southern California on Sunday evening by means of Monday morning.
This will result in a Winter warm-up for a lot of the County beginning on Sunday. Daytime highs will again to peaking above seasonal.
SUNDAY MICRO CLIMATE HIGHS:
- Coastal highs close to 73°, seasonal norm: 64°
- Inland valley highs close to 77°, seasonal norm: 65°
- Mountain highs close to 62°, seasonal norm: 50°
- Desert highs close to 72°, seasonal norm: 70°
The peak of the warmth might be on Monday, west of the mountains, because the 80s return to the inland valleys.The peak of the warmth might be on Tuesday for the mountains and desert.