San Diego's Weather Forecast for March 29, 2022: Drier but we see another chance Thursday

Posted at 5:08 AM, Mar 29, 2022

Patchy low clouds and fog is expected as the onshore flow remains in place in wake of the storm.

Rainfall totals averaged between .50 to almost 3" from the coast to the mountains. We see another chance for light showers on Thursday, but Wednesday will be a nice day with mostly sunny skies.

Elevated surf will impact the beaches with a High Surf Advisory in effect until 2am Wednesday for waves of 5 to 8 feet and sets to 10 feet and strong rip currents.

Clouds will return Wednesday night with light showers developing into early Thursday morning. Rain totals will be light most likely staying in the hundredths of an inch.

Skies clear and temperatures start to warm back to normal Friday and Saturday, briefly cooler on Sunday with a stronger sea breeze.

Next week will be sunny, warm, and dry.

Wednesday's Highs:
Coast: 64-69°
Inland: 67-72°
Mountains: 63-72°
Deserts: 85-90°

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