Megan's Forecast: Cooler & Dry End to Week

SAN DIEGO - The heat wave is over! We're back to enjoying temperatures in the 70s and 80s again instead of the 90s and 100s. Partly cloudy sky in the morning will give way to clear sky in the afternoon. The mountains and desert will feel westerly winds 30-45 mph in the afternoon.

If headed to the beaches remember there is elevated surf and dangerous rip currents for one more day. A BEACH HAZARD STATEMENT ends this evening. Surf up to 6 feet on southwest facing beaches with 2 to 4 feet elsewhere.

A trough will bring cooler and less humid weather today with more comfortable conditions through the weekend. Onshore flow will re-develop and the marine layer will return to the coast and inland valleys with the strongest influence on Friday; we could even squeeze out some drizzle Friday morning!

THURSDAY'S TEMPERATURES:

  • COAST: 73-80
  • INLAND: 82-87
  • MOUNTAINS: 72-84
  • DESERTS: 967-102

The 10News Pinpoint Weather Team will continue to monitor the changing weather and bring you the latest on 10News.  

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10News Meteorologist Megan Parry

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