SAN DIEGO — We had mild temperatures again today as the onshore breeze continued to sweep through San Diego.

A weak trough of low pressure brought in the cooler air. A ridge of high pressure will warm up that air mass by the weekend. Daytime highs will be near seasonal to start the weekend and a few degrees warmer on Sunday.

SATURDAY MICROCLIMATE HIGHS:

  • Coastal highs around 76°, normal around 77°
  • Inland highs around 88°, normal around 90°
  • Mountain highs around 89°, normal around 85°
  • Desert highs around 104°, normal around 105°

SUNDAY MICROCLIMATE HIGHS:

  • Coastal highs around 79°, normal around 77°
  • Inland highs around 92°, normal around 90°
  • Mountain highs around 91°, normal around 85°
  • Desert highs around 104°, normal around 105°

Additionally, the humidity will be on the rise this weekend from a tropical system over the Eastern Pacific.

Still a tropical storm on Friday night, "Ivo" is expected to weaken this weekend and downgrade to a remnant low by Sunday night. 

The associated moisture will bring in high clouds & we'll see cumulus clouds over the mountains by Sunday afternoon. Maybe a mountain sprinkle or two, but no thunderstorms are expected.

Tropical Storm Ivo will also stir up coastal concerns this weekend. A Beach Hazards Statement has been issued from late Saturday night through Tuesday morning with waves peaking Sunday. 

Expect elevated surf 2'-4' with sets to 5' possible. Isolated sets to 6' cannot be ruled out north of Carlsbad. Strong rip currents will also be present at our local beaches. Remember it is always best to swim near lifeguards.