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A mostly cloudy weekend ahead with mild temps and small chance for drizzle

As excessive and mid degree clouds drift in, they’re going to convey a lightweight sprinkle at occasions. Santa Ana winds additionally return with a High Surf Advisory prolonged.

SAN DIEGO — Mid to excessive clouds are nonetheless streaming in from an higher low positioned southwest of Southern California. Daytime highs are nonetheless peaking above seasonal. They have been 5° to 10° above seasonal on Thursday. A related forecast is predicted on Friday.

 A long-period west swell will result in days of huge breaking waves. A High Surf Advisory has been prolonged till Saturday afternoon. Expects units as excessive as 8 ft at occasions. 

You’ll additionally see purple flags out on the lifeguard towers because of the presence of robust rip currents. If you aren’t a talented swimmer, you might be suggested to remain out of the water.

Starting Friday, excessive stress will build over the Great Basin. This will set off the return of Santa Ana winds. This wind occasion is predicted to be stronger than our final. A wind alert seems to be favorable to be issued for the timeframe of Friday by way of Sunday. 

HERE’S WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR…

The beforehand talked about space of low stress supplying the mid to excessive clouds will proceed to meander over the Eastern Pacific into the beginning of subsequent week. Models are suggesting the low will transfer over the area by Monday, which might convey a chance for scattered gentle showers countywide. This mannequin is displaying moist climate on Monday afternoon. 

Additionally, onshore circulation could have temperatures slipping throughout the first half of the week with sunny days and a heat up for the second half.

PHOTOS: San Diego climate – October 2021