SAN DIEGO - Much cooler Saturday, but still mostly sunny with humidity levels rising back to more comfortable levels. Expect gusty winds to 25 mph over mountain ridges.
If headed to the beaches be prepared for elevated surf of 4 to 6 feet with sets up to 7 feet and strong rip currents mainly south of La Jolla. A Beach Hazard Statement is in effect through Saturday at 6 p.m.
- COAST: 67-72°
- INLAND: 72-77°
- DESERT: 76-81°
The marine layer makes more of a comeback on Sunday. We have a slight chance for light rain then, mostly on the coastal slopes, as a shortwave moves through the area, but that pales in comparison with what follows.
A Pacific storm is approaching the West Coast and most of our computer models have it bringing significant rain to San Diego Tuesday with a chance for showers continuing into Thursday. One model has it missing us entirely, but it's the outlier. Rain totals could be anywhere from an inch to 3 inches from the coast to the mountains! Even the desert should get some liquid gold...
Have a great weekend!
10News Chief Weather Anchor Pat Brown