A wind advisory stays in impact for San Diego County desert and mountain areas till 11 a.m. Monday, in line with the Nationwide Climate Service.
West winds are anticipated to vary from 25 to 35 mph with gusts as much as 65 mph. Windy situations ought to persist by means of the night.
A small craft advisory can also be in impact over outer waters by means of Monday with west to northwest winds of 15 to 25 knots, and gusts as much as 30 knots. Swells might attain 6 to eight ft, NWS marine officers mentioned.
Desert areas are anticipated to chill down Monday, with temperatures averaging within the excessive 70s to low 80s all through the week. Mountain situations must be partly cloudy with temperatures reaching the mid 60s to low 70s.
Alongside the coast by means of Friday, partly cloudy and patchy fog situations are anticipated within the morning, with excessive temperatures hitting the low 70s.
Inland valley areas are anticipated to be cloudy by means of Friday, with highs within the low to mid 70s.
Downtown San Diego has a 60% probability of rain earlier than 11 a.m. Monday, with a excessive of 69 levels. Downtown situations on Tuesday are anticipated to be foggy within the morning and principally sunny within the afternoon, with a excessive of 70 levels.
Monday’s San Diego surf forecast features a high-risk rip present, with surf top from 3 to five ft. Water temperatures will vary from 64 to 69 levels.
– Metropolis Information Service