Low clouds and areas of patchy fog can be expected tonight along the coast and into our valleys. The sky should clear quicker on Wednesday, becoming mostly sunny inland and partly sunny for the coast.
As the upper level trough moves east, it will be replaced by a ridge of high pressure and temperatures will gradually warm up from Wednesday through Friday. Friday will be the warmest, with temperatures possibly reaching 80 degrees for some of our inland communities. Areas like Escondido, and Ramona average around 77 and 78 degrees for this time of the year.
The warm-up is short lived, a storm will move into the Pacific Northwest enhancing the marine layer and leading to cooler conditions. The cool down will be gradual into early next week.
As the marine layer returns over the weekend, so will the overnight low clouds and areas of fog keeping the cool fall trend going.
Don't forget this weekend Daylight Saving Ends at 2am Sunday, giving us an extra hour of sleep, but a much earlier sunset on Sunday.
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