Mission Bay Park consists of over 4,235 acres in roughly equal parts land and water.
A motorboat on Mission Bay . Photo by Chris Stone

Clear skies, gusty winds and seasonally cool weather are forecast for the coming week, the National Weather Service said.

“A low-pressure system from the north will bring cooler and breezy conditions for tonight into Wednesday with stronger west winds in the mountains and deserts tonight, and gusty north winds for Tuesday night into Wednesday,” the weather service said.

Wednesday is forecast to be the warmest day of the week west of the mountains thanks to an offshore flow, but the mountains and deserts were expected to remain cool.

“Then the next low pressure system from the north will bring more cooling for Thursday,” according to the weather service.

Forecasters said there will be a slight chance of light, marine layer precipitation along and west of the mountains on Tuesday and Friday.

High temperatures Monday will be 60 to 65 near the coast, 67 inland, 65 to 70 in the valleys, 57 to 64 in the mountains and 76 to 81 in the deserts.

City News Service contributed to this article