San Diego's Weather Forecast for Saturday, July 30, 2022: Thunderstorm chances through Monday

Posted at 8:31 AM, Jul 30, 2022
and last updated 2022-07-31 00:37:38-04

The monsoon has been incredibly active in places like Arizona and Nevada, and that continues for a couple more days.

Thunderstorm chances remain through about Monday, favoring the eastern parts of the county. There is a chance a cell or two spills into the valley and could even extend to the coast. This has prompted multiple alerts.

A Marine Weather Statement is in place because of the chance for thunderstorms over the coast. Plus, a Beach Hazards Statement is also in place through Wednesday because of that thunderstorm potential through Monday then high surf Tuesday and Wednesday. That high surf is due in part to Hurricane Frank, which is brewing west of Mexico.

A Flood Watch is in place until 11 p.m. Saturday for the San Diego mountains and deserts because of the chance for pop-up storms.

Highest chances for thunderstorms are Sunday then linger into Monday. We dry out into next week then storm chances return again Friday.

Temperatures remain stagnant, hovering around seasonal average.

Sunday's Highs:
Coast: 74-79º
Inland: 82-87º
Mountains: 84-90º
Deserts: 101-106º

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