SAN DIEGO - Winds shift out of the west today ushering in cooler drier air from the Pacific giving us a brief break from the humidity. Mostly sunny skies will allow temperatures to warm quickly today but a sea-breeze will make it feel a touch more comfortable. Valleys will see gusts up to 25 mph and up to 45 mph in the mountains and deserts. There is still enough moisture and instability present to mention a slight chance for isolated mountain storms this afternoon.
Far to our south, the west-northwesterly track of Tropical Storm Hernan (currently west of Baja California) will determine if we continue the thunderstorm threat into Wednesday and Thursday. At this time the track is set to move into central California not impacting our weather; the 10News Pinpoint Weather Team is continuing to track the storm.
TUESDAY'S HIGH TEMPERATURES:
- COAST: 75-85
- INLAND: 85-95
- MOUNTAINS: 77-87
- DESERTS: 103-109
10News Meteorologist Megan Parry