SAN DIEGO — Tuesday afternoon high temperatures will be below seasonal norms.

  • Coastal highs 60°-64°, normal around 65°.
  • Inland highs 56°-64°, normal around 70°.
  • Mountain highs 49°-58°, normal around 52°.
  • Desert highs 64°-68°, normal around 69°.

At the beaches, water temperature is 56°-60° with a moderate rip current risk. Waves are 3'-5' from a west-northwest swell. The UV index will peak at 3 (moderate).

Light rain will fall in San Diego County through the morning hours. Trace to a few hundredths of an inch of rain is till possible, but rain will quickly move towards the mountains and end by the afternoon. Clouds will slowly decrease through the afternoon hours.

THE WEEK AHEAD:

High pressure ridging will slowly strengthen throughout the week. Afternoon high temperatures will increase by a few degrees through the end of the week. Skies will be mostly sunny through Friday, with some high clouds on Wednesday.

A weak low pressure trough will pass through the region Sunday into early Monday. Temperatures will drop around 5 degrees on Sunday and some light rain is possible Sunday into Monday morning. Dry weather through the end of the month.

Microclimate Forecast - Coast & Inland
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Microclimate Forecast - Mountain & Desert
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