Morning cloud clouds west of the San Diego County Mountains are expected to clear Sunday afternoon with mostly sunny skies in all areas this afternoon. National Meteorological Service he said.
The cloud layer on Sunday morning was deep enough for areas with light rain and drizzle in the prefecture. The total rainfall was nine-tenths of an inch at Miramar, seven-tenths at Montgomery Field and four-tenths at Del Mar and Kearney Mesa, the NWS reported.
High temperatures on the coast on Sunday are forecast to reach 68 degrees, 73 to 78 in the western valley, from 71 to 80 in the mountains and from 90 to 95 in the deserts, according to the meteorological service.
Weak climbing on Sunday should bring warmer and less winds in the mountains and deserts compared to Saturday. The ridge was expected to gradually squeeze the deep sea layer and once the low clouds cleared, temperatures would rise in the upper 70s and lower 80s.
Monday was expected to be the hottest day of the week, NWS reported. Tuesday through Thursday was expected to be cooler and a little cooler.
A strong storm in the Pacific was forecast to bring stormy, colder weather on Friday with a chance of rain.
Dry and warmer weather was expected next weekend behind the departing storm.
Gusts of 20 to 25 knots were expected to grow every afternoon and evening until Wednesday in the offshore waters, mainly near the island of San Clemente. The highest gusts will be Monday and Tuesday.
The City News Service contributed to this article.
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