San Diego's Weather Forecast for April 6, 2022: Feeling the heat

Posted at 5:26 AM, Apr 06, 2022

The marine layer is bring patchy fog and even low visibility tonight, but dry gusty winds will peak early Thursday in our inland valleys.

A Wind Advisory has been issued for our inland valleys until 8pm Thursday. Northeasterly wind gusts could range from 35-50 mph.

High heat and gusty winds will elevate fire danger, please be cautious and avoid machinery or anything that could potentially spark or start a fire. A Heat Advisory will remain in effect until 6pm Friday, for the coast and inland communities.

A coastal Eddy will begin the cooling near the coast on Saturday, but the mountains and deserts will start cooling on Sunday. This weekend we'll see 70s Saturday dropping to 60s Sunday for the coast and mountains, 80s cooling to 70s inland while the deserts will drop from 100 to the mid-90s.

High pressure will break down, as another storm to our north will help to usher in cooler and windier conditions for early next week.

The next storm system brings back near normal temperatures, spring weather, and a slight chance for showers Monday night and Tuesday. Gusty westerly winds will impact our county, stay tune to the changing forecast.

Thursday's Highs:
Coast: 85-90°
Inland: 86-91°
Mountains: 77-84°
Deserts: 94-99°

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