Robert's Forecast: Mostly Sunny But Cooler
Last Updated: 6 hours ago
SAN DIEGO - It took a little longer for clouds to clear today, but now everyone is enjoying some sunshine this afternoon. But our high temperatures are running 3-10º cooler from yesterday with inland neighborhoods noticing the biggest cooling.
The warm 80+ degree temperatures we saw Wednesday in places like Alpine, Poway and Fallbrook won't be back for the rest of the week. A cool trough of low pressure is pushing south and will cool San Diego county right through the Memorial Day weekend.
As a result of the trough moving across winds become more onshore and will be gusty in the mountains and deserts through Thursday. A Wind Advisory will go into effect from 4pm this afternoon through 2am tomorrow. Winds will be out of the west at 20-30 mph with gusts to 45 mph. The stronger gusts will be at night.
And with a thicker marine layer on Thursday, there's a chance of drizzle to a light shower mainly during night and morning hours.
10News Weather Anchor Robert Santos
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