Some beachgoers continue to wear masks. Photo by Chris Stone
San Diego beachgoers wearing masks. Photo by Chris Stone

More sunshine was forecast for San Diego County Sunday along with slightly warmer temperatures, the National Weather Service said.

It was expected to be mild Sunday along with high clouds, followed by cooling Monday through Tuesday as the marine layer develops.

Some showers were predicted for Monday evening, continuing into Tuesday, forecasters said. Mostly light rainfall amounts were expected.

High temperatures along the coast Sunday are predicted to reach 71 degrees, 75 in the valleys, 67 in the mountains and 78 in the deserts, according to the weather agency.

Dry weather and gradual warming were expected the second half of this week under a strong West Coast ridge, along with weak to moderate Santa Ana winds, the NWS said. Little change in that pattern was expected through at least early next week.

At the beaches Sunday, a west swell of 4 feet was forecast to produce elevated surf in southern San Diego County.

Surf heights were predicted to continue to trend lower. Moderate to strong rip currents may accompany the surf.

City News Service contributed to this article.