Deep marine layer brings May Gray for San Diego

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A deep marine layer extending into the valleys will give San Diego a cloudy start to the week. Low clouds and patchy drizzle can be expected for Monday’s morning hours.

By Monday  afternoon, some of the clouds will clear, but not by much.  Clouds and fog will return Monday night. A similar pattern is expected to continue for the first half of the week.

Gusty winds may hit the 50 miles per hour range in the morning hours, will diminish mid-day and pick up again Monday evening. Gusts will be heaviest for the mountains and deserts. Monday night, gusts in the deserts may reach 45 miles per hour.

Monday’s high temperatures will be 66 degrees for the coast, 69 degrees inland, 65 degrees in the mountains and 90 degrees for the deserts. 

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