Weather Update: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 (5:00 a.m.)
Temperatures will rise through the week as high pressure pattern takes hold over the region. Morning low clouds and fog will become less widespread as the marine layer becomes suppressed.
A Detailed look at October 23rd:
Moderate rip current risk. Water temperature 64-67. Surf 3-4 ft. Southwest swell continues. UV index for San Diego is moderate.
High temperatures Tuesday warm, near normal. Coastal highs 69-74, normal around 72. Inland highs 75-79, normal around 80. Mountain highs 65-75, normal around 67. Desert highs 87-92, normal around 87.
Clouds early Tuesday morning cover most of the County west of the mountains. Mostly clear skies in the afternoon.
Dew point temperatures across San Diego are relatively mild, drier in the deserts early Tuesday morning. Coastal and inland dew points in the middle to upper 50s, will increase into the 60s by late Tuesday evening. Mountain and desert location will see dew point raise into the upper 40s.
The Week Ahead:
A high pressure system from the lower Pacific will slowly make its way into Southern California through the week, warming temperatures trough early next week.
Onshore flow may return towards the end of the week as upper level high passes through the region in a southeast track.