Below average temperatures continue for San Diego

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Pretty near perfect weather will continue for San Diego for the next week as a trough of low pressure continues to dominate the region’s weather.

A marine layer hangs over San Diego in the morning hours Wednesday and is expected to return in the late evening. Because of this marine layer, temperatures are will remain cool throughout the day despite sunshine in the afternoon.

The county can expect to see similar weather for the next week, as a trough of low pressure continues to keep temperatures cool off the coast.

Coastal waters are expected to be warm Wednesday, perfect for those hitting the beaches. Water temperatures are expected to be in the high 70s.

Temperatures Wednesday are slightly below average for this time of year. Wednesday’s highs are expected to be 72 degrees along the coast, 79 degrees inland, 78 degrees for the mountains and 103 degrees in the desert. 

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