Drier days returned throughout the county by the weekend. But, monsoonal moisture may carry doable afternoon rumblings for mountains & the desert on Monday.
SAN DIEGO — A ridge of excessive strain will transfer in as our fundamental climate maker all through the weekend. This will hold us dry with hotter than standard temperatures within the 70s alongside the coast and widespread 90s inland. Most daytime highs will peak 5° to fifteen° above seasonal.
SEASONAL (AVERAGE) HIGHS:
- Coast: 73°
- Inland valleys: 86°
- Mountains: 81°
- Desert: 105°
Continued onshore movement will favor a shallow marine layer, conserving patchy low clouds and fog nearer to the coast, every evening and morning. When it involves our weekend warmth, this may also hold coastal communities delicate in comparison with the remainder of the county. Much of the identical is predicted for subsequent week.
Gusty west winds within the afternoons will influence the desert by Sunday. This will result in elevated fireplace climate issues throughout the desert because of the presence of dry air and scorching temperatures.
By Sunday, excessive strain will probably be positioned over the Great Basin. This would be the case by Monday. This will faucet into close by monsoonal moisture and result in extra clouds added to our surroundings. As a end result, we’ll see some vertical raise with cumulus clouds popping up over our mountains with the heating of the day. This may also current an opportunity for remoted afternoon/night thunderstorms within the mountains and desert on Monday. West of the mountains, there will probably be an uptick in humidity.
For the remainder of the week, a trough of low strain appears to be like to make a beeline for the West Coast. This will result in a gradual cooling all through the week. This could have daytime highs peaking close to to under seasonal from Thursday by the beginning of subsequent weekend.