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Mild temps and breezy on Wednesday before heat begins over weekend

Temperatures will stay close to seasonal Thursday. Expect a warm-up over Friday by the beginning of subsequent week.

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

3:50 PM PDT April 2, 2019

5:07 AM PDT September 21, 2022

SAN DIEGO — Temperatures will really feel comfy and close to common for one more day on Wednesday. Marine layer clouds have impacted the morning view (extra so in comparison with Tuesday) however clouds ought to clear comparatively shortly. Once the afternoon arrives, breezy west winds will preserve temperatures near seasonal.

While delicate circumstances have been the theme for the primary half of the week, adjustments will arrive by the tip of the week into the weekend. Temperatures will likely be on a progressive heat up — peaking subsequent week — as a ridge of excessive strain builds overhead.

Near to beneath seasonal heat remained on repeat on Tuesday and a lot of the identical is predicted for Wednesday. In the mountains, westerly winds will likely be gusty at occasions. The highest gusts will likely be within the typical wind-prone areas alongside the foothills and by canyons and passes. Wind gusts are anticipated to peak from 35 – 50 mph. Potential impacts embrace driving difficulties, particularly for high-profile automobiles like semis and massive vehicles.

Gusty winds will carry considerations to boaters by Wednesday. Over the open waters, northwest winds might gust as much as 20 knots. Surf heights will stay from 2 to 4 ft with a reasonable threat of rip currents by Wednesday. The surf is predicted to subside to 1 to three ft with a low threat of rip currents on Thursday.

Our temperatures will stay constant as we herald a change of season on Thursday. As the trough departs and a ridge of excessive strain expands over the area, the weekend will likely be a distinct story. Expect widespread 80s alongside the coast with inland valleys maxing out within the 90s. Most of our peak temperatures will likely be 5° to 10° hotter than regular for the primary weekend of Fall. 

The incoming ridge of excessive strain will coincide with weak offshore winds on Monday and Tuesday. This will preserve the heat within the forecast, particularly west of the mountains. Looking forward to the center of subsequent week, fashions are hinting on the potential for a slight probability of showers. Confidence stays low. If any exercise had been to occur, it appears to favor the mountains and these probabilities have dwindled to subsequent to nothing as of Tuesday night.




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