San Diego weather to turn cool, with a possible chance of showers


Cool, moist air will slump into Southern California from the north on Monday and Tuesday, making San Diego’s weather unseasonably chilly and bringing a chance of fleeting showers, the National Weather Service says.

Fans should bring jackets and sweaters Monday and Tuesday evening when the Padres host the Colorado Rockies at Petco Park. Monday’s game begins at 7:10 p.m. The temperature will be about 62 degrees. Tuesday’s game starts at 6:10 p.m., when the temperature will be about 61. Breezy winds are expected.

The mass of cool air will largely drop down the interior of California, where a bit of it will go offshore and then curl into the San Diego area. The daytime high on Monday and Tuesday will be 64. The seasonal average is 67.

The inland valleys and foothills will be a bit warmer on Monday. And strong winds will prevent temperatures from climbing out of the upper 50s on Tuesday.

Waves out of the west-northwest will produce surf in the 2-foot to 3-foot range on Monday and Tuesday in North County, and 3-foot to 4-foot waves at the favored spots in South County. The sea surface temperature at Scripps Pier on Sunday was 62.

2019-04-15 12:02:09

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