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FXUS66 KSGX 281628

National Weather Service San Diego CA
928 AM PDT SAT MAY 28 2016

A weak low pressure system moving inland through Southern
California will bring a slight chance of showers to the mountains
this afternoon and a slight thunderstorms to the mountains and
upper deserts for Sunday afternoon. Slightly below seasonal
high temperatures will continue for inland areas this weekend with
the marine layer and weak onshore flow bringing areas of night and
morning low clouds and patchy fog to coastal and valley areas.
For Monday through Thursday...high pressure aloft over California
will strengthen bringing inland warming and a gradually shallower
marine layer. High pressure may begin to weaken toward the end of
next week with slow inland cooling for next weekend.



A weak low pressure system will move inland through Southern
California this weekend...then move into Arizona and weaken
Monday as high pressure aloft strengthens over California through
Thursday. Toward the end of next week...high pressure may begin to
slowly weaken and move inland with more model spread in the
details beyond Thursday.

As the trough of low pressure moves inland this weekend...there
remains a slight chance of showers near the mountains this
afternoon...and a slight chance of thunderstorms Sunday
afternoon...mainly for the mountains and upper deserts. The
marine layer will remain near 3000 to 3500 feet deep for this
weekend with night and morning low clouds and patchy fog extending
into the far inland valleys. Some patchy late night and early
morning drizzle may continue...mainly for coastal and western
valley areas. High temperatures near the coast will remain near
average with inland high temperatures slightly below average.

For Monday through Thursday...inland high temperatures will warm
as high pressure aloft strengthens with the marine layer becoming
gradually shallower. For next weekend...high pressure may begin
to weaken with slow inland cooling and slow deepening of the
marine layer.


281530Z...Coast/Valleys...Widespread low clouds with bases around
1500 ft MSL and tops to 3000 ft MSL this morning. VIS reduced to 1-
3SM inland where clouds and terrain intersect. Expect partial
clearing to the coast after 17Z. Low clouds return to coastal areas
this evening after 02Z, spreading inland overnight with bases around
2000 ft MSL.

Mountains/Deserts...SCT-BKN080-100 with isolated shra over the
mountains this afternoon, dissipating by 02Z Sunday. Unrestricted
vis will prevail through today, except with brief showers. Otherwise
SCT clouds at or above 8000 ft msl with unrestricted vis through Sun


830 am...No hazardous marine conditions are expected through


Skywarn activation is not requested. However weather spotters are
encouraged to report significant weather conditions.


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