SAN DIEGO — It was a wet start to the day with light showers across most of the county. The sky started to dry out by the afternoon hours, but the clouds were stubborn to move out.

High clouds are moving out, but low clouds are holding strong. Expect them coupled with patchy fog, west of the mountains, into Wednesday morning.

A ridge of high pressure will work its way back in over the Southwest starting tomorrow. This will lead to more sunshine by the afternoon hours. 

Daytime highs will warm up, especially for the inland areas, near seasonal tomorrow. On the flip side, the mountains and desert will max out above average.

WEDNESDAY MICROCLIMATE HIGHS: 

  • Coastal highs near 65°, normal around 65°
  • Inland highs near 65°, normal around 65°
  • Mountain highs 59°, normal around 52°
  • Desert highs 70°, normal around 69°

AT THE COAST THRU WEDNESDAY:

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As the ridge strengthens, temps will increase by a few degrees into the start of the weekend. As a result, above average heat will be on the rise with dry conditions and mostly sunny skies.

A weak area of low pressure will pass through the West Coast on Sunday into early Monday. This will bring a slip in temps with a chance of light rain Sunday night into Monday morning.