Warm temperatures will last through Thursday before Memorial Day Weekend Cool Down

A surfer leaves the waves at sunset near Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach.
A surfer leaves the waves at sunset near Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach. Photo by Chris Stone

Temperatures are going to be a bit of a roller coaster ride in the coming days, according to the National Weather Service.

Warmer temperatures will persist through Thursday, with the exception of low-hanging clouds and patchy fog near the coast, which will dampen the warming trend.

High temperatures along the coast are forecast Thursday to reach 70 degrees, 69 to 74 inland, 71 to 76 in the western valleys, 78 to 83 near the foothills, 79 to 88 in the mountains and 101 to 106 in the deserts. . weather agency.

The trend then reverses to cooler and cloudier weather from Friday and lasts through most of the weekend.

The strongest winds will occur over the ridges, under mountain passes and in the desert foothills.

Every afternoon there will be increased fire conditions in these areas due to low humidity, combined with gusts of wind, forecasters said.

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