This Weekend’s Weather Will Be a Rerun
This weekend’s weather in San Diego promises to be a repeat of what has prevailed for the last six weeks.
“Except for some minor variations, we expect the same pattern of late-night and morning low clouds and fog clearing to afternoon sunshine,” said Wilbur Shigehara, a National Weather Service forecaster. “It should be really delightful for all outdoor activities.”
The “typical June weather” is the result of a thermal low-pressure system, which is pulling in coastal air to cool off the extremely warm desert regions, Shigehara said.
High temperatures in the desert should reach 112 to 118 degrees today, and 110 to 115 over the weekend.
The clouds and fog at the beaches should clear by late morning, with high temperatures expected to be from 68 to 72 and overnight lows in the upper 50s. Breakers will be 2 to 3 feet in height, and ocean temperatures will be near 66.
In inland areas, high temperatures will reach 80 to 90 today, and 77 to 87 on Saturday and Sunday, with the low clouds that are expected to give way to sunshine by mid-morning. Overnight lows will dip into the upper 50s.
The mountain areas will remain clear and a little warmer than normal through the weekend. Highs will be 78 to 88, with overnight lows from 45 to 55.
“Temperatures will nudge down a bit in all areas over the next couple of days but nothing dramatic,” Shigehara said. “All in all, we expect this Chamber of Commerce weather to continue right through the weekend.”