Temperatures rise before big cool down hits San Diego next week
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Temperatures will gradually cool over the weekend until Sunday, when a trough of low pressure will bring big changes to San Diego’s weather.
A huge trough of low pressure moving into Southern California will bring big weather changes next week. San Diego County can expect to see stronger onshore flow, cooler temperatures for mountains and deserts but also strong gusty winds that could create dangerous fire conditions beginning Sunday.
Temperatures next week will be five to ten degrees below average but Friday, temperatures remain warm. Low clouds and patchy dense fog will clear to mostly sunny skies by mid-morning to mid-day.
North County may experience elevated surf, especially at beaches north of Carlsbad.
Friday’s high temperatures are expected to be 74 degrees along the coast, 86 degrees inland, 77 degrees in the mountains and 102 degrees for the deserts.