Robert's Forecast: Dry heat returns

SAN DIEGO - Happy Friday!

Just in time for the weekend, the humidity has decreased along with our chance for thunderstorms for the mountains and desert.  Great news for organizers of the Julian StarFest who had hoped to see some clear skies this weekend.  If you plan to enjoy the free public star party tomorrow, keep in mind, it'll be breezy at times.

Fair weather will be with us through the weekend. Highs will stay at or slightly below average in our inland valleys before we warm up above average mid-next week.  Overnight and morning clouds will be around to start our day.  So count on a cloudy morning for the Muscular Dystrophy Association Walk out at Crown Point Park. Then sunshine for the rest of the day.

SATURDAY'S FORECAST HIGHS:

  • COAST: 73-78º
  • INLAND: 82-86º
  • MOUNTAINS: 71-76º
  • DESERTS: 95-100º

Two tropical storms currently off Mexico will continue to kick up our surf around here.  If your plans take you to the beach this weekend, be aware that we'll see elevated surf and strong rip currents because of a strong southerly swell being kicked up by Tropical storm Lowell off the coast of Baja California.  The higher than normal surf will most likely stick around to some degree next week due to Tropical storm Marie, off the coast of Manzanillo, Mexico.  She's likely to become a hurricane overnight. 

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10News Meteorologist Robert Santos

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