One more day of humidity before drier conditions move into San Diego
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A ridge of high pressure bringing warm and muggy conditions will hang over San Diego for at least one more day.
It’ll be partly cloudy in San Diego County Wednesday, with above average humidity and average — but warm — temperatures. The combination of the two will lead to some uncomfortable conditions.
Coastal areas will experience some elevated surf and strong rip currents A beach hazards statement went into effect Wednesday morning and will expire 5 p.m. Thursday.
There is a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms in the mountains and deserts Wednesday afternoon and evening.
But starting tomorrow, the ridge of high pressure will start to move out of San Diego County, diminishing humidity and allowing for slightly cooler temperatures.
High temperatures Wednesday will be 73 to 78 degrees at the beaches, 78 to 83 inland, 83 to 88 in the valleys, 84 to 90 in the mountains and 102 to 107 in the deserts.