Pat's Forecast: Comfortably Cool
Last Updated: 6 hours ago
SAN DIEGO - We're getting sunshine without the heat and humidity. I think that's how San Diego has earned its reputation of being "paradise."
For some of you, it might be a bit cool right at the beaches so grab a light jacket if you're headed to the coast this afternoon. Temperatures are in the low to mid 60s.
This cooling is courtesy of a trough of low pressure which will stay over much of the west through the weekend. This will cause our daytime highs to drop slightly below average (2-3º), but still be comfortable overall. Inland valley neighborhoods will have great weather too.
As a result of the trough in the west, winds will kick up again each afternoon and evening for the mountains and deserts. That's where a Wind Advisory will go into effect this afternoon at 3pm. Winds will be out of the west at 20-30 mph with gusts to 45 mph. It'll remain windy off and on through Saturday so plan accordingly if you're getting away for the Memorial Day weekend.
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