SAN DIEGO - Our back to school Tuesday will start off with clouds and patchy fog with gradual clearing through mid morning. The marine layer will be deeper and more extensive each consecutive day through Thursday. A minor cooling trend will gradually drop our highs almost five degrees below average Wednesday and Thursday.
September tends to bring warm and dry weather conditions here in San Diego. This is usually the time of year when we experience Santa Ana winds, those strong easterly winds that are so dangerous in propagating wildfires. There are NO Santa Ana winds in our forecast for now, in fact we could see one final surge of tropical moisture by the weekend bringing humidity back to the county.
- COAST: 72-79
- INLAND: 82-90
- MOUNTAINS: 80-92
- DESERTS: 103-108
10News Meteorologist Megan Parry