As expected, Saturday brought cool and windy conditions to most of San Diego County. Gusts in the mountains surpassed 50 MPH Saturday afternoon. A Wind Advisory remains in place for the mountains and deserts through 3 a.m. Monday.
Heading into Sunday, conditions will be very similar. Temperatures will peak cooler-than-normal, with 60s along the coast and lower 70s inland. Once again, clouds will linger into the afternoon, with gloom dominating most of the day. There could be a little more clearing Sunday compared to Saturday, but it will still be cloudy. Light drizzle is possible Sunday morning.
It's not until Monday that sunshine in the afternoon hours returns.
A Beach Hazards Statement is in effect from Sunday afternoon through Tuesday morning, with elevated surf between 5-8 feet and strong rip currents possible.
Next week, warming begins starting about Tuesday and continues into the workweek. By Wednesday and Thursday, daytime highs warm to above average for most areas.
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