The Nationwide Climate Service is predicting hotter climate and a few clearing for San Diego following a dark weekend marked by a heavy marine layer and drizzle.
“Not fairly as cool west of the mountains for right now and Tuesday as low stress aloft weakens barely,” the climate service stated. “The marine layer will turn out to be somewhat shallower together with some higher afternoon clearing.”
The drizzle in a single day left measurable quantities of precipitation within the coasts, valleys and decrease mountain slopes.
Highs on Monday will likely be 71 to 74 alongside the coast, 71 to 75 within the valleys, 72 to 82 within the mountains and 95 to 98 within the deserts.
The forecast requires cooler climate midweek, then a warming pattern by means of the weekend.