Scattered morning showers move across San Diego
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A trough of low pressure crossing Southern California Wednesday is bringing San Diego a few light scattered showers in the morning hours and the possibility of thunderstorms in the mountains and valleys.
The trough will begin to exit out of the area by Wednesday night and will be gone by Thursday.
But while it is here San Diego will experience a deep marine layer that reaches the mountains. Coastal and valley areas will see the possibility of light showers in the morning hours, but it will not be widespread. By the afternoon a few isolated thunderstorms may develop over the mountains and deserts.
The coast and valleys will also experience winds averaging 10 to 20 miles per hour beginning in the afternoon. Winds will be stronger in the mountains and deserts where gusts may reach 50 mph.
Temperatures will remain cool and winds will be breezy. Wednesday’s high temperatures are expected to be 65 degrees along the coast, 67 degrees inland, 50 degrees in the mountains and 77 degrees for the deserts.