Comfortable temperatures and mostly sunny skies for Independence Day
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Temperatures will be mild this Independence Day with partial clouds covering coastal and inland areas in the morning and evenings and strong wind gusts in the mountains and deserts.
The marine layer will begin to dissipate over coastal areas mid-morning Monday. Sun will shine through the afternoon, but the marine layer will return rather quickly. Around 5 p.m. clouds and fog will begin to move in. The clouds may affect the view of San Diego’s fireworks, but they should still be visible.
Coastal water temperatures are going to be comfortable for those visiting beaches this holiday, but rip currents will be strong with waves from 2 to 4 feet so use caution if in the water.
Temperatures are mild Monday and some areas are seeing below average temperatures. Monday’s high temperatures are expected to be 71 degrees along the coast, 80 degrees inland, 79 degrees in the mountains and 106 degrees for the deserts.