San Diego Weather – weekly snow and surf report

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The brilliant cloudless skies of the past few days will continue uninterrupted, accompanied by a warming trend that will push temperatures into the upper 70’s in the middle of the week before cooling as the week progresses. Make sure to take advantage of the sunshine and get outside to enjoy all manner of outdoor activities.

Temperatures will range from the upper 70’s (maybe 80s inland) to the mid 60’s during the day, before dropping into the mid 50’s at night.

Surf conditions will continue to benefit from the good weather and will be excellent throughout the week. Cloudless skies, warm water, and moderately sized waves ensure that the beaches will be packed.

Monday, March 15, 2010
High 76 – Low 55

Tuesday, March 16, 2010
High 77 – Low 57

Wednesday, March 17 2010
High 73 – Low 56
Mostly Sunny

Thursday, March 18, 2010
High 69 – Low 56

Friday, March 19, 2010
High 69 – Low 54

Saturday, March 20, 2010
High 66 – Low 54

Sunday, March 21, 2010
High 65 – Low 54

Continue reading for surf and snow report

Photo from Flickr courtesy of millzero

Photo from millzero via Flickr

Surf Conditions

Water Temperature: 60 – 58

The fantastic weather and waves averaging nearly six feet make this once again a perfect week for surfing, living up to San Diego’s reputation for being one of the best surfing regions all year round.

Big Bear Conditions

The great weather around the region means excellent snow conditions, with snow coverage continuing to be excellent and snow depth averaging four to six feet. All roads into Big Bear are open with no chain requirements. A lack of natural snow in the forecast means that resorts will likely switch to making their own snow in the coming weeks if the temperature drops, signaling a gradual slowdown in the annual snow season.

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