Temperatures dropped sharply throughout San Diego County Saturday, with highs about 20 levels beneath common for the mountains and inland valleys.
Cool and unsettled climate is anticipated by Sunday, with sturdy and gusty southwest to west winds within the mountains and deserts Saturday evening, together with attainable mild rain and showers into Sunday, in line with the Nationwide Climate Service.
A wind advisory is in impact till 3 a.m. Sunday for the mountains and deserts, with west winds from 25 to 35 mph and gusts as much as 55 mph. The strongest winds had been anticipated Saturday afternoon and night.
Saturday’s excessive alongside the coast was round 67 levels. Inland valleys had been principally cloudy with highs round 66 levels. Highs close to the foothills had been from 59 to 62. The mountains had been anticipated to be cloudy with highs within the higher 50s and decrease 60s, whereas the deserts had been predicted to see highs from 77 to 82.
Dry and hotter climate is anticipated by the center of subsequent week, with highs in downtown San Diego reaching 82 on Thursday, forecasters stated.
–Metropolis Information Service