Showers cleared out Tuesday ahead of sunny skies and warming temperatures


Wind speeds look to reduce in a single day, however nonetheless gusty at occasions into Thursday.

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

3:50 PM PDT April 2, 2019

11:44 PM PST February 16, 2021

SAN DIEGO — Tuesday morning started with widespread mild showers and morning fog ahead of the dawn. Showers have began clearing fairly a bit and visibility will enhance shortly after the dawn. 

About a 20% likelihood of showers continues by means of the a.m. hours however by the afternoon, anticipate clouds to clear and largely sunny skies with temperatures within the 60s throughout the coast and 70s inland. 

A High Wind Warning expires at 10:00 a.m. for mountain and desert areas with sustained speeds round 20 mph and gusts as much as 50 mph. Wind speeds look to have lessened in a single day, indicating calmer circumstances by means of this morning however nonetheless gusty at occasions. 

Impacts embody: damaging winds inflicting downed bushes and energy strains, resulting in attainable energy outages. Additionally, there will probably be troublesome driving circumstances as a result of harmful gusts particularly alongside Sunrise Highway and I-8. 

Temperature-wise, the westerly move will maintain our daytime highs regular within the close to seasonal vary for an additional day.


  • Coastal highs close to 62°, seasonal norm: 63°
  • Inland valley highs close to 64°, seasonal norm:65°
  • Mountain highs close to 53°, seasonal norm: 50°
  • Desert highs close to 73°, seasonal norm: 70°

Our skies will begin to clear as excessive strain strikes in and offshore move 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 means of midweek.