San Diego will get a weeklong break from the moist, unstable air that flowed into the county last week, generating thunderstorms and producing icky-sticky humidity, says the National Weather Service.
Forecasters say it appears that the seasonal monsoon will be weak to non-existent until next weekend, and that a modest marine layer will return to the coast.
Daytime high temperatures will be slightly below normal through early next week, then they’ll gradually rise as a high pressure system moves in.
Forecasters say that the surf will be in the 1’ to 3’ range along the entire San Diego County coastline Sunday through Tuesday. Sea surface temperatures are in the 69-73 degree range.
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