SAN DIEGO - From fog to heat...
A Dense Fog Advisory goes into effect at 3 a.m. and lasts through 9 a.m. Expect widespread areas of dense fog from the coast to inland valleys again Wednesday morning. The fog may affect your morning commute with reduced visibility down to 1/4 mile in spots. Lindbergh Field could be impacted as well as the base of the fog will be lower than last night. If you are leaving on or expecting an early flight, check to see that everything is on time.
High pressure is still in charge. Wednesday and Thursday highs will warm another few degrees bumping temperatures about 5 degrees above average for the valleys and about 10 degrees above average for the mountains.
- COAST: 77-88
- INLAND: 87-96
- MOUNTAINS: 86-94
- DESERTS: 102-107
Clouds will increase Friday as a large trough approaches from our west bringing heavy rain to the Pacific Northwest. We won't catch any rain with this system, but the low pressure may break off to form a cut-off low. That will sit just to our north bringing us cooler temperatures.
Temperatures will quickly fall Friday into the weekend with highs dropping 5 to 10 degrees below average inland, making it feel more like fall! A strong onshore breeze will return Friday and Saturday for some gusty west and northwest winds for the mountains and the deserts.
10News Chief Meteorologist Pat Brown