San Diego

Temperatures return to normal before another heat wave returns this weekend

A trough of low stress over the west will exit east by Saturday. A powerful ridge will carry again scorching heat into the beginning of subsequent week.

The thunderstorms and spotty showers of Wednesday at the moment are gone and typical June Gloom climate enters the scene throughout San Diego. Temperatures will keep cooler than normal inland with principally mid to higher 70’s. Beaches will keep across the low 70’s on Thursday.  

A trough of low stress will exit east beginning Thursday. Low clouds will transfer in alongside the coast as a typical June Gloom sample resumes. Along the coast, you may see lingering clouds by the afternoon hours with extra sunshine the farther east you’re within the County. Additionally, daytime highs will stay close to to barely under seasonal.

With the approaching full moon, there will likely be an additional pull on the excessive tides over the following few nights. The combo of elevated surf and better than ordinary tides will lead to the potential for minor seashore erosion and tidal flowing in low-lying areas.

The low will weaken by Saturday as a ridge of excessive stress strikes in over the Pacific Northwest. It will proceed to strengthen with a return to sizzling highs on Sunday and Monday. 

Also wanting forward to subsequent week, fashions decide up on monsoonal moisture returning to San Diego County. This won’t solely create an uptick in relative humidity, however count on the prospect for afternoon/night thunderstorms over the mountains by midweek.

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