This midday the county is under mostly sunny skies and temperatures ranging 1 to 4 degrees warmer than 24-hours ago, but still mild! Temperatures this afternoon will be near average with a nice cool sea-breeze, fine weather for Americas' finest city. The mercury climbs the rest of the week!
If headed to the beaches be aware west facing beaches south of Del Mar will have high surf and strong rip currents today.
Wednesday we'll have a shallower marine layer, a trend that will continue through the end of the work week. Temperatures climb another 2 to 4 degrees and by Thursday our highs will be 5 to 10 degrees above average. Friday will be warm again though temperatures will start to cool and drop back to normal by the weekend.
With less marine layer we could see areas of fog develop from the coast to the inland valleys in the morning hours Wednesday through Friday. Sunday the marine layer will be deep enough to squeeze out some drizzle and may persist into the afternoon.
- COAST: 71-76°
- INLAND: 76-82°
- MOUNTAINS: 70-79°
- DESERTS: 92-96°
10News Meteorologist Megan Parry