San Diego's Weather Forecast for May 23, 2022: Clouds near the coast, clear inland

Posted at 5:03 AM, May 23, 2022
and last updated 2022-05-24 01:04:31-04

Clouds near the coast, while the rest of the county starts to warm up.

Night and morning clouds, with patchy fog will be possible throughout the week. The skies clear to sunny skies, the clearing will be quicker as daytime highs warm up this week.

High pressure builds through Thursday ushering in a warming trend that will be most noticeable away from the coast. The deserts will be feeling the heat with temperatures hovering around 100 to 106 tomorrow through end of the week.

Gusty westerly winds will target the mountains and deserts Thursday through Sunday, bringing gusts of 25 to 45mph and isolated gusts up to 55mph. The winds will pick up as the marine layer deepens. Stronger onshore flow will stubborn clouds to the coast throughout the weekend.

Memorial Day weekend will trend cooler with mid-60s to low-70s at the coast and mountains, mid-70s to low-80s inland and very hot in the deserts around 100 degrees. Temperatures will start to go back up about 5 degrees or so on Memorial Day, Monday.

Tuesday's Highs:
Coast: 67-72°
Inland: 80-88°
Mountains: 80-87°
Deserts: 99-104°

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