San Diego's Weather Forecast for May 18, 2022: Patchy Fog into Early Morning

Clouds at sunset
Posted at 5:01 AM, May 18, 2022
and last updated 2022-05-19 01:18:42-04

Clouds will return tonight into early tomorrow, with patchy fog from the coast to our inland valleys.

Unlike the last couple of nights, the winds will not as gusty but do expect gusty winds out of the west to return Thursday through Saturday.

Thursday is Bike to Work Day, expect temperatures in the mid-50s to low-60s and cloudy skies Thursday morning, mid-morning riders will enjoy bright sunshine. Conditions will be warmer by the afternoon, as bikers make their way home. It'll be a good day to dress in layers, in case they need to come off as we heat up later in the day. Please be safe and wear bright colors.

The marine layer will become a bit more robust Tomorrow through Saturday as a storm passes by to the north. We will see more gray skies with slower clearing and potentially limited to no clearing for areas closer to the coast, plus a chance for drizzle Friday and Saturday morning.

An upper level low will help late week, expect Friday and Saturday to be a few degrees cooler with the least amount of clearing and possible mist to drizzle at times.

Saturday will start off cloudy with mild temperatures in the mid to upper 50s, comfortable for everyone joining us at the March of Dimes March for Babies at Balboa Park. W

Sunday will bring better and faster clearing, with warming temperatures into next week.

Thursday's Highs:
Coast: 63-71°
Inland: 73-83°
Mountains: 78-88°
Deserts: 100-106°

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