SAN DIEGO - Summer rolls on in San Diego. Get ready for more 80s and 90s on the final Friday in August under clear sky,
A BEACH HAZARD STATEMENT has been extended for the San Diego coastline through Friday. Expect strong rip currents pulling you out to sea as well as strong currents parallel to the beach. Best strategy? Swim by the lifeguard stand.
San Diego surf will be 3 to 5 feet north of Oceanside, while in Orange County surf will be diminishing, but still as high as 4 to 7 feet with some favored spots, like the Wedge in Newport Beach, as high as 8 feet.
FRIDAY'S FORECAST HIGHS:
- COAST: 76-86º
- INLAND: 84-97º
- MOUNTAINS: 89-97º
- DESERTS: 107-112º
Just in time for Labor Day weekend highs will drop closer to average and surf will ease so everyone can enjoy the warm ocean waters! With onshore flow returning the marine layer will return to the coastline this weekend.
10News Anchor Pat Brown