SAN DIEGO - Labor Day will start off with lots clouds and patchy fog before sunrise with gradual clearing through the mid morning hours. It will be another hot day but it is the beginning of a minor cooling trend that will gradually drop our highs just below average by midweek.
With water temperatures in the mid-70s along our coast the ocean is very welcoming, but if headed to the beaches this holiday be aware a BEACH HAZARD STATEMENT is in place through 8 p.m. for high surf between 2 and 5 feet with strong rip currents. Swim close to a lifeguard and if caught in a rip current, swim parallel to the shoreline.
Humidity may creep back into the county by the weekend with one last surge of monsoon moisture before the end of the season.
- COAST: 74-78
- INLAND: 85-93
- MOUNTAINS: 78-90
- DESERTS: 105-110
Happy Labor Day!
10News Meteorologist Megan Parry