Morning fog clears for sunny San Diego skies

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diegans can expect another warm and mostly sunny day Tuesday, after some morning fog and clouds clear along the coast. The temperatures will continue to rise for a few days before some rain hits the County.

Fog will cause some low visibility along coastal areas in the morning. It will clear by mid- to late-morning but could return late Tuesday afternoon and continue into the night.

During the day, coastal areas will see lots of sunshine with a weak onshore flow. An eddy is developing because of a ridge of high pressure moving towards the north, bringing a warm-up for the next few days.

Then the County can expect some showers starting Thursday and continuing through the weekend. A quarter-of-an-inch or less of rain is expected for the beginning of the storm Thursday.

In the mountains, gusts of winds will pick up by mid-morning and continually increase into the night. By mid-day Wednesday, gusts are expected to die down.  

Today’s temperatures will be above average for this time of year by about 10 degrees: 71 degrees along the coast, 83 degrees inland 73 degrees for the mountains and a hot 93 degrees for the deserts. 

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