Last day of summer will feel like fall in San Diego County
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The last full day of summer will feel like fall Thursday due to a trough of low pressure bringing cooler temperatures, gusty winds and a chance of rain to San Diego County.
Expect cooler temperatures and cloudy conditions to last through end the week. Light, scattered showers are possible Thursday and Friday, with the heaviest chance of precipitation Thursday afternoon.
Strong, gusty winds are expected in the mountains and deserts Thursday. A National Weather Service wind advisory will go into effect Thursday at 11 a.m. and last until 1 p.m. Friday.
The low-pressure trough is expected to linger over the area until about Saturday or Sunday, when offshore winds will push it out, bringing clear skies and warmer weather next week.
High temperatures Thursday will be 69 to 74 degrees at the beaches and inland, 71 in the western valleys, 63 to 68 near the foothills, 59 to 68 in the mountains and 81 to 86 in the deserts.