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7:15 AM | It's deja vu all over again...fog early then sun and warmth

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Morning low clouds, fog and patchy drizzle then becoming partly sunny, warm, low-to-mid 70’s


Mostly cloudy, mild, fog likely late, low 50’s


Early morning fog then becoming partly sunny, breezy, warm, highs approaching 80 degrees (record high is 80 degrees, 1948)

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, mild, mid 50’s


Mainly sunny, warm, mid-to-upper 70’s (record high is 78 degrees, 1938)


Mainly cloudy, cooler, showers possible late in the day and maybe a thunderstorm, low 60's


Mainly cloudy, even cooler, periods of rain, low-to-mid 50’s


Mostly sunny, warmer, near 60


Our "San Diego" weather pattern continues with a persistent late night and early morning marine layer consisting of low clouds and fog that is then followed by afternoon sunshine and warm conditions. Temperatures will soar once again today well up into the mid 70’s after the fog thins out by late morning. The warmest day of the week is likely to fall on Thursday when temperatures could hit the 80 degree mark for the 1st time this year (record high is 80 degrees). It'll stay warm on Friday, but a noticeable cooling trend will take place this weekend and at the same time the threat for showers will increase. In fact, by Sunday we could actually receive some significant rainfall with temperatures confined to the low-to-mid 50's for highs. The weekend cooling trend will then reverse course early next week, but we will likely not reach the type of warmth that we've experienced this week. Elsewhere, more heavy rain will fall today in two separate parts of the country including the Deep South from Arkansas to Louisiana, and the Pacific Northwest from Washington to northern California. Also, the cherry blossoms have reached full bloom in Washington, DC and will be so for the next few days. The temperatures so far this month in DC are averaging some 10 degrees above normal.