There’s a rumor of winter, and it goes like this.
The high pressure that’s been keeping San Diego warm and dry has vanished. A series of troughs will now move through the county and keep temperatures in the seasonal range for about a week.
The daytime high in San Diego will mostly be in the mid-60s, starting on Friday. It’ll be warmer across inland valleys and foothills. But by Saturday, the whole county will become cooler. And there’s a chance that a storm will move ashore sometime between Monday and Wednesday.
“It’s a cut-off low; they’re hard to forecast,” said Dan Gregorio, a forecaster with the National Weather Service.
Precip update: Since the rainy season began on October 1st, San Diego International Airport has recorded 1.87 inches of precipitation, which is almost four degrees below average.