San Diego Weather – Weekly snow and surf report

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Photo from tomcio77 via Flickr

Photo from tomcio77 via Flickr

A mostly dry week will be a welcome relief after the uncharacteristic rain of this past weekend. Cloudy skies early in the week will taper off into sunshine by week’s end, although mild showers loom for next Sunday.

Temperatures will peak in the mid to upper 60’s during midday before dropping down into the low 50’s at night.

Surf conditions will become more inviting as the week progresses, making it a great week to hit the beach while the rain stays away and the temperatures remain moderate.

Monday, March 1, 2010
High 68 -54
Mostly Cloudy

Tuesday, March 2, 2010
High 64 – 53
Mostly Cloudy

Wednesday, March 3, 2010
High 63 – 52
Partly Cloudy

Thursday, March 4, 2010
High 62 – 50
Partly Cloudy

Friday, March 5, 2010
High 64 – 52
Mostly Sunny

Saturday, March 6, 2010
High 62 – 52
Partly Cloudy

Sunday, March 7, 2010
High 62 – 52

Continue reading for surf and snow report

Surf Conditions

Water Temperature: 58 – 60

The dangerous surf conditions created by the Tsunami in Chile for this past weekend will taper off as the week progresses. Make sure to hit the waves during the week while the calm weather persists.

Big Bear Conditions

photo via flicker S@ilor

Photo from S@ilor via Flicker

The rain this past week may be a blessing in disguise, producing more than six inches of fresh snow. Early in the week is best, with the fresh snow pairing with calm weather to create an excellent skiing and snowboarding experience. Make sure to go during the early part of the week to avoid the large crowds. This week could be one of the last weeks with great snow conditions as the season winds down, so make sure to take advantage!

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