Strong westerly winds are prompting a Wind Advisory for the mountains & desert tonight. Winds will calm tomorrow with barely cooler temps inland by the afternoon.
SAN DIEGO — Westerly winds picked up at this time in response to a low strain system sweeping by to the north. Wind gusts, west of the mountains, have been clocked within the teenagers. The strongest gusts have been within the mountains and desert and are peaking this night. A Wind Advisory has been issued for these elements of San Diego County till early Tuesday morning.
Onshore circulation can even convey again coastal low clouds and patchy fog tonight via Tuesday morning. It will stretch somewhat farther into the valleys as nicely. This push of cooler, marine air may have our inland temperatures slipping somewhat extra by tomorrow.
AT THE COAST THROUGH TUESDAY:
High strain will build over Southern California by Wednesday because the low exits east. This will result in a midweek heat up with the 80s returning for the valleys and triple digit warmth again within the desert.
The ridge will weaken on Thursday as onshore circulation continues throughout the County. Expect the marine layer to return every night time and morning with extra sunshine by the afternoon hours. There can even be minor temperature fluctuations into the beginning of subsequent week with no rain within the forecast.
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