December 6, 2023
La Jolla Cove on a cloudy day. Picture from Wikimedia Commons.

A deep marine layer over San Diego County was predicted to proceed into subsequent week with night time and morning coastal low clouds extending properly inland and onto the coastal slopes of the mountains, the Nationwide Climate Service stated Monday.

Mild rain from the deep marine layer was anticipated Monday night time for coastal areas into the western valleys, the NWS stated.

Monday’s excessive temperatures had been anticipated to be within the higher 60s close to the coast and within the valleys, 70s within the mountains and as much as 99 within the desert, in response to the NWS. In a single day lows had been anticipated to be principally within the 50s.

For Thursday into Friday, the low strain system over California for early within the week might weaken and transfer towards the northeast as one other low strain system approaches California from the west.

Excessive temperatures for Thursday and Friday may very well be a bit of larger, however nonetheless round 10 levels beneath common for parts of the mountains and valleys, forecasters stated.

For subsequent weekend, excessive temperatures close to the coast might typically be round 5 levels beneath common with the valleys,  mountains, and deserts 10 to fifteen levels beneath common.

— Metropolis Information Service