San Diego Weather – weekly snow and surf report

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Springtime has officially arrived and so has the weather San Diego is famous for. Sunny but not scorching, this upcoming week will feature sunny skies interspersed with occasional cloud cover, especially in the mornings. Temperatures will be mild and there won’t be an excuse not to go outdoors. There is a chance of rain Monday night into Tuesday, but overall it looks like it will be a great week.

Temperatures will range from the low 70’s to the mid 60’s during the day, before dropping into the mid 50’s at night.

Surf conditions will be excellent, typical for this time of year. The arrival of spring brings with it the start of constant beach weather and accordingly the waters and sands will be packed.

Monday, March 22, 2010
High 67 – Low 56
Partly Cloudy

Tuesday, March 23, 2010
High 66 – Low 56
Partly Cloudy

Wednesday, March 24 2010
High 72 – Low 54

Thursday, March 25, 2010
High 67 – Low 54
Partly Cloudy

Friday, March 26, 2010
High 65 – Low 54

Saturday, March 27, 2010
High 69 – Low 53

Sunday, March 28, 2010
High 70 – Low 55

Continue reading for surf and snow report

photo from moonjazz via Flickr

Photo from moonjazz via Flickr

Surf Conditions

Water Temperature: 59 – 57

The sunny weather and waves nearing five feet make this once again, as almost always, an excellent week for surfing. Definitely make sure to get out to the beach and enjoy the surf.

Big Bear Conditions

Heavy moisture this winter has damaged Hwy. 330, one of the main routes into Big Bear, so make sure to seek out alternative routes until it reopens in a few weeks. Besides that temperatures in the 50’s and a solid snow base of 4-6 feet have created excellent skiing and snowboarding conditions that look to last farther into Spring than normal. Make sure to get in as much fun in the snow as you can before the snow season winds down.

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