April 15, 2024
Crusing on a windy day. Picture through Wikimedia Commons

 A wind advisory and a small craft advisory will likely be in impact this weekend for San Diego County, with gusts as much as 55 mph anticipated in some elements of the county and barely tough crusing waters, forecasters mentioned Saturday.

The wind advisory will likely be in impact from 2 a.m. to three p.m. Sunday, and consists of San Diego deserts and mountains.

The small craft advisory will likely be in impact from 2 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday for waters from San Mateo Level to the Mexican Border, extending 30 to 60 nautical miles out to San Clemente Island, with ocean-surface winds as much as 25 knots.

Sunday’s San Diego surf forecast features a moderate-risk rip present, with surf top from 2 to 4 ft, with a west swell from 270 levels.

Downtown San Diego is predicted to be principally sunny Sunday and Monday, with highs within the low 60s.

Dusty winds are anticipated Sunday within the desert areas, with highs within the higher 60s all through the week. Average winds and an opportunity of showers are anticipated within the mountains, with partly cloudy situations and highs reaching the higher 50s to low 60s, in keeping with the Nationwide Climate Service.

Alongside the coast, partly cloudy situations are anticipated subsequent week, with daytime temperatures hitting the mid-60s. Inland valley areas are anticipated to be partly cloudy by means of Friday, with highs reaching the higher 60s to low 70s.

–Metropolis Information Service