SAN DIEGO - After a cool start this morning the mercury will soar 4 to 8 degrees warmer than yesterday with highs topping out 5 to 10 degrees above average from the coast to the inland valleys. Winds are picking up in the mountains and foothills with gusts up to 45 mph being reported
Expect gusty northeast to easterly winds at times especially in the mountain and foothills in the overnight and morning hours through Sunday. Winds will peak Friday morning with isolated gusts as high as 55 mph.
Low relative humidity levels will lead to chilly nights and warm afternoons through the weekend with slight cooling into early next week and the return of overnight coastal clouds.
Thursday's High Temperatures:
- Coast: 64-75°
- Inland: 71-80°
- Mountains: 49-64°
- Desert: 72-76°
We could see pattern change next week with a slight chance for showers, for now I am holding off on adding any to the forecast as weather models differ greatly into next week. Stay with the Pinpoint Weather Team for updates.
10News Chief Weather Anchor Pat Brown