A deep marine layer will keep coastal areas cool with possible morning drizzle through the weekend as “June gloom” continues in San Diego County.
The National Weather Service office in San Diego said the marine layer had deepened to 4,500 feet on Friday morning with drizzle reported in the inland valleys.
“A low-pressure system will be moving onshore this weekend, bringing cooler weather, more clouds and periods of showers,” the weather service said. “Sunday will be the coolest day when temperatures will be more than 20 degrees below average inland.”
“The marine layer will deepen into the weekend, then decrease in depth the latter half of
next week,” the agency added.
Highs on Saturday will be around 70 along the coast, 70 to 75 in the valleys, 71 to 81 in the mountains and 94 to 98 in the deserts.
“If you’re looking for warmth, head out to the deserts where highs will remain in the 90s for much of the weekend,” he weather service said.
Updated at 7:35 a.m., Saturday, June 10, 2023