Winds will pick up Sunday night, temperatures are expected to turn cooler by midweek and there is a chance of rain Thursday, the San Diego Weather Forecast Office said.
A Santa Ana pattern will develop Sunday evening, bringing gusty northeast winds to the mountains and valleys Sunday evening and Monday, according to a forecast summary issued at 10:15 a.m. Sunday.
“The weather turns cooler Wednesday and Thursday as an onshore flow returns ahead of a developing trough over the West,” the weather summary said. “There is an outside chance for a few light showers Thursday, followed by another round of offshore winds Friday.”
Monday will be warm in the coastal and western valley zones with temperatures in the mid- to upper 70s.
Mountains and deserts will be a little cooler than Sunday.
At the beaches, elevated surf of 3-5 feet and a high risk for rip currents will continue through Sunday. Surf will subside on Monday.
— City News Service
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