Mother's Day weekend will continue on a cool, cloudy and windy note. Sunday will bring both average and cooler-than-average highs for most of the region. Inland areas will feel the most significant cooling.
The marine layer builds Saturday night, with chances for drizzle possible Sunday morning. Clouds will linger into the day, meaning Mother's Day will be cooler and cloudy.
Winds are also continuing. Along the coast, a Small Craft Advisory is in place for the majority of the next couple days, ending at 10 p.m. Wednesday. A Gale Warning is in place until 5 a.m. Monday. Also, a Beach Hazards Statement is in place until 8 p.m. Sunday. The water will be choppy and rip currents will be strong.
A Wind Advisory is also in place for San Diego mountains and deserts. This continues until 6 p.m. Monday.
While the first half of the week will remain cool, cloudy and windy, the second half of the week changes. By mid-week, skies clear and temperatures warm back to about 10º warmer than seasonal average. This means the heat returns by next weekend.
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