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May Gray sticks around with more mild afternoon temps

Onshore circulation will strengthen over the subsequent few days. This will hold the night time and morning low clouds intact with barely beneath common temperatures on Friday.

SAN DIEGO — May grey kicked off our Wednesday earlier than we had been basking within the sunshine by the afternoon hours. For the remainder of the night time, anticipate the marine layer to roll in once more and stick around via Thursday morning. This would be the case into the beginning of the weekend. 

The continued onshore circulation may have low clouds filling within the coastal basin. This is courtesy of a trough of low strain over the West. As west winds choose up and assist deepen the marine layer, there would be the potential for patchy drizzle on Friday and Saturday mornings.

Temperatures had been somewhat hotter inland on Wednesday. The passage of the trough will push cooler air in and result in daytime highs peaking 5° to 10° beneath seasonal on Friday.

Gusty winds will likely be felt all through the county, however the strongest winds will likely be within the mountains and desert. Those winds will choose up pace tomorrow night and be even stronger on Friday afternoon. 

Expect gusts as much as 45 mph and remoted gusts as much as 50 mph. They will likely be strongest alongside the desert mountain slopes. This is why temperatures will take successful. Though robust, wind speeds look to fall wanting the advisory standards. 



Expect units as much as 5 ft. Surf heights will improve to three to five ft as a excessive danger of rip currents continues via Friday.

This weekend will likely be mild. By the beginning of subsequent week, Monday will likely be just a few levels hotter as excessive strain begins to maneuver in. It will likely be a transition day. Temperatures will peak above seasonal as excessive strain strengthens over the Southwest Tuesday via Thursday. Widespread 70s are anticipated alongside the coast with 80s inland and triple digit warmth within the desert.

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