Morning fog over Valley Center
Morning clouds and fog over Valley Center on Monday in this image from Boucher Hill. Courtesy UCSD HPWREN network

A low-pressure system will cover much of the San Diego region in “June gloom” this week, with patchy morning drizzle along the coast and in the valleys.

“Typical June weather will continue through next weekend,” according to the National Weather Service office in San Diego. “Low clouds will continue to spread well inland into the valleys during the nights and mornings with little or no afternoon clearing for coastal areas.”

The gloom will dissipate a bit by midweek, then return on Friday and Saturday, when “the marine layer will deepen with more limited clearing towards the coast and
some night and morning drizzle for coastal and some valley areas,” the weather service said.

Highs on Tuesday will be 66 to 71 near the coast, 68 to 73 in the western valleys and 72 to 77 near the foothills.

Temperatures will warm only a few degrees by midweek before dropping again over the weekend.

Updated at 7:45 a.m., Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Chris Jennewein

Chris Jennewein is Editor & Publisher of Times of San Diego.