December 6, 2023
Robust winds from Tropical Storm Kay arrive at Ocean Seashore. Photograph by Chris Stone

San Diego County was anticipated to obtain cooler and windier situations Monday with a deeper marine layer via the center of the week, the Nationwide Climate Service mentioned.

Patchy drizzle could happen Tuesday night time and Wednesday morning, the NWS mentioned.

Westerly winds might improve over the mountains and deserts, with some sturdy gusts doable Tuesday and Wednesday.

Excessive strain could deliver a warming pattern for the top of the week and into the weekend, with dry situations anticipated.

Monday alongside the coast was predicted to be partly cloudy with excessive temperatures from 73 to 77 levels. The inland areas had been anticipated to be partly cloudy with highs of 79. The mountains ought to be principally sunny with highs from 78 to 87. The deserts had been predicted to be principally sunny with highs round 100.

Wednesday seems to be the good day of the week, with temperatures 5 to 10 levels beneath common, forecasters mentioned. Daytime highs west of the mountains could usually be within the 70s, and within the decrease deserts, highs could solely attain the low 90s.

Patchy fog, with visibility beneath one nautical mile, might be doable Monday morning within the outer waters. Brisk northwest winds ought to improve Monday with some gusts exceeding 20 knots via Wednesday.

–Metropolis Information Service