We are off to one of the most beautiful cities in the America for our forecast. They hosted opening night for the baseball season last night. What do the next few days have in store?
At 751AM, PT, San Diego was reporting a temperature of 57 degrees with clear skies. There are a few clouds on satellite around San Diego, but there is not a marine layer today. Generally speaking, flow is off shore across the San Diego area. The region the bears watching is a spot of showers moving into northern California.
The rain is associated with a Pacific low within an upper level trough moving into the coast. It is fairly isolated from the rest of the upper level flow, and the trough is going to slow down significantly upon arriving on the coast. The initial cold front will move into town by tomorrow morning, bringing only clouds and some very light rain. The surface low will continue to spin over Northern California, and westerly flow will carry low level moisture into San Diego on Wednesday morning as well.
Tomorrow – Overcast with some light showers. High 65, Low 53
Wednesday – Clouds, morning haze and light rain remain possible, High 63, Low 51
TWC: Tomorrow – AM Showers High 62, Low 58
Wednesday – Showers, High 61, Low 56
AW: Tomorrow – Considerable clouds and breezy; morning rain, then a couple of showers possible in the afternoon High 64, Low 56
Wednesday – Clouds and breaks of sun; breezy with a couple of showers High 63, Low 55
NWS: Tomorrow – Showers, mainly before 11am High 63, Low 57
Wednesday – Showers likely, mainly before 11am. High 61, Low 56
WB: Tomorrow – Showers in the morning…then partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers in the afternoon. High 63, Low 57
Wednesday – Mostly cloudy with numerous showers in the morning… Then partly cloudy with scattered showers in the afternoon. High 61, Low 56
WN: Tomorrow – Showers High 63, Low 57
Wednesday – Numerous Showers High 61, Low 55