Colder conditions in San Diego County were forecast for Sunday night with low clouds and fog continuing along the coasts and parts of the western valleys. National Meteorological Service he said.
On Sunday, winds were expected in the passages, in the mountains and in the deserts.
The low clouds continued to disperse at 9 in the morning in the inland valleys and on Sunday there is a possibility of a wider glade on the beaches, meteorologists said.
High temperatures on the coast on Sunday are forecast to reach 72 degrees, at 71 in the western valley, at 71 to 76 near the foothills, at 71 to 81 in the mountains and 94 to 99 in the deserts, according to the meteorological service.
A high-pressure ridge may start moving east of the Pacific, replacing the low-pressure bottom that brought cooler, cloudy, and breeze. This ridge could support a heating trend until Wednesday or Thursday.
The hottest days of the week were expected to be Wednesday west of the mountains and in the high desert and Thursday in the low desert.
During peak temperatures, the coast was forecast to be in the 1970s, the inland valleys in the 1980s, the high desert in the mid-1990s, and the low deserts at 102 to 107 degrees. The night and morning low clouds could be more limited to the coastal areas and parts of the western valleys for most of the working week.
By Friday, the ridge was expected to move east. Next weekend there could be some cooling, increased cloud cover and increased westerly winds in the mountains and deserts.
Dangerous sea conditions were not expected until Thursday.
The City News Service contributed to this article.
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