Strong and potentially damaging winds into the overnight hours impacting most of the county, but the strongest winds will be for our mountains.
We have already seen winds of 66mph in Mt. Laguna, and Boulevard West. Anza Borrego's winds reached 62 mph, but at least it should improve by the morning commute.
A High Wind Warning is in effect from 11 a.m. today to 3 a.m. Tuesday for the mountains due to westerly gusts of 40 to 60mph and isolated gusts to 70mph.
A Wind Advisory is in place from 1 p.m. today to 3 a.m. tomorrow for coastal areas, inland valleys, and deserts where gusts up to 35mph are possible, though the deserts could reach over 50mph. Along the coast the wind is also an issue with a small Craft Advisory, and a Gale Warning and High Surf Advisory will be in effect until 8a.m. Tuesday.
Tonight, will be a cold one as the winds weaken by early tomorrow morning with 50s and 40s for most of the county and mere 30s in the mountains. Tuesday will be another cool day with below-average temperatures through midweek becoming much warmer by Friday and the weekend.
Temperatures will start to recover on Wednesday, before we enjoy another warm up for the end of the week. Temperatures could range close to 80 degrees along the coast, mid to upper 80s inland, with possible Santa Ana winds Friday and Saturday.
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