San Diego

Below average temps expected near coast, possible showers in mountains

Stronger cells that develop could possibly be able to temporary heavy rain, gusty winds and dry lightning to the mountains into Monday.

SAN DIEGO — Onshore movement will strengthen over the weekend as an space of low strain strikes inland from the Pacific Northwest and stalls out. This will deepen the marine layer and have low clouds and patchy fog filling in west of the mountains via Sunday. 

There is the potential for dense fog. This might result in lowered visibility all the way down to a mile or much less at occasions. Additionally, patchy morning drizzle can’t be dominated out with cussed clouds to clear on the seaside by the afternoon.

The cooler, marine air may also preserve highs near to barely beneath seasonal, countywide, this weekend.

The surf will stay 2 to 4 ft with a average threat of rip currents via Saturday. The surf will subside to 1 to three ft with a low threat of rip currents Sunday.

By Sunday and Monday, a weak disturbance might skirt by the south. This will result in clouds constructing over the mountains because the day progresses and a slight probability for afternoon thunderstorms over the mountains. Stronger cells that develop could possibly be able to temporary heavy rain, gusty winds and dry lightning. The exercise seems to be extra favorable for the mountains on Sunday and prolong into the desert on Monday. 

The low might be nudged east as a ridge of excessive strain builds over the West but once more. This will result in a gradual heat up all through the primary week of October. This will put our temperatures again above seasonal, warmest subsequent Friday and Saturday.

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