San Diego had a change in flow early on Saturday which meant chilly and Pacific air was redirected inland, and a persistent, thick marine layer became parked over the area for the past two days. Sunny southern California wasn’t so sunny. The temperatures never climbed out of the 60s, either as highs or lows. One outlet, The Weather Channel, had this forecast nailed and won the day.
Actuals: Saturday – High 66, Low 60
Sunday – .01 inches of rain, High 66, Low 62