Santa Ana winds will keep ushering in warm air west of the mountains.
The winds already peaked this morning averaging between 35 mph to over 50 mph in Sill Hill, and our daytime highs reached 80 degrees even at the Oceanside Harbor today. Areas like Vista and Santee reached 84 degrees.
The High Wind Advisory has been extended for the inland valleys until 10 am Wednesday. Gusty winds from 20-30 mph but have the potential to reach up to 45 mph. The winds already peaked this morning.
A high surf advisory remains in place until Friday morning with localized sets from 5-8' along with strong rip currents.
Temperatures will drop back to the 60s for the end of the week, which is normal for this time of the year. We will see increasing clouds by Wednesday afternoon.
The latest storm to our south will move north and east, but the timing and chance for showers continues to change.
The shift in timing could impact the weekend, adding a chance for light rain into early Sunday. But it is possible we may not see much out of that storm. Temperatures will remain seasonal this weekend.
We will continue updating the forecast and keeping you up to the latest, as the storm gets closer.
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