SAN DIEGO — Another round of June Gloom to kick off the workweek with temperatures below average. A thick marine layer will return to the coast with a chance for drizzle through the early morning hours. Low clouds will filter into the inland valleys as well, but they should burn off by midday.
Our beach communities will be dealing with stubborn clouds for the first half of the week with only partial clearing in some areas.
The inland valleys east through the deserts will see plenty of sunshine. Temperatures will gradually increase through the middle of the week when we'll see our best chance for clear skies at the beaches.
Things cool down with more clouds pushing into the county to wrap up the week and into the weekend.
The first day of summer is Friday!
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