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A mostly cloudy weekend ahead with mild temperatures and a low probability of drizzle

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A mostly cloudy weekend ahead with mild temperatures and a low probability of drizzle

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As excessive and medium degree clouds drift, they will occasionally bring a slight pinch. The Santa Ana winds are also returning with an extended high seas advisory.

SAN DIEGO – Medium to excessive cloud is nevertheless flowing from a higher low in southwestern Southern California. The daytime peaks nevertheless peak above the season. They were 5 ° to 10 ° above the season on Thursday. A related forecast is expected on Friday.

A long westerly swell will bring huge breaking waves for days. A High surf rating was extended until Saturday afternoon. Expect units as excessive as 8 feet on occasion.

You will also see purple flags on the rescue towers due to the presence of strong rip currents. If you are not a talented swimmer, you may be advised to stay out of the water.

From Friday, excessive stress will set in on the Grand Bassin. This will trigger the return of the Santa Ana winds. This windy opportunity should be stronger than our final. A wind alert appears to be favorable to be issued for the period from Friday to Sunday.

HERE’S WHAT WE KNOW TO DATE …

The previously mentioned low stress space providing medium to high cloud will continue to meander over the eastern Pacific early next week. Models suggest the low will transfer to the region by Monday, which could portend scattered light showers throughout the county. This model displays a humid climate Monday afternoon.

Additionally, ground circulation could have dropping temperatures throughout the first half of the week with sunny days and heat for the second half.

A mostly cloudy weekend ahead with mild temperatures and a low probability of drizzle

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