San Diego's Weather Forecast for March 24, 2022: Fog Near the Coast, Warm Inland Friday

Posted at 5:16 AM, Mar 24, 2022
and last updated 2022-03-25 02:09:36-04

The marine layer is already on its way with low visibility tonight for coastal communities, the heat continues away from the coast but temperatures will drop slightly inland. No records were set nor broken in the county, but the chance continues.

The heat will peak in the mountains and deserts on Friday and Saturday. Inland communities will begin to see clouds building on Friday and temperatures will begin to drop.

The marine layer will deepen with a better chance for foggy conditions on Saturday from the coast to our inland valleys, ahead of the next storm arriving late Sunday.

Temperatures will return to near normal across the county on Sunday with possible showers by the evening. The chance for widespread rain will be on Monday with showers possible on Tuesday.

Weather models are getting into better agreement, and it does look like it could be a significant rainstorm. Preliminary forecast totals look to average between .25 to 1.00" with locally higher amounts in the mountains.

This will be beneficial as our rainy season is coming to an end, and we are still well below average for the water year with a deficit of -2.95".

Friday's Highs:
Coast: 71-76°
Inland: 84-89°
Mountains: 76-83°
Deserts: 94-99°

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