New Year's Eve in San Diego is expected to look mostly dry, with a chance of a few showers starting Saturday.
“We cannot rule out stray rain falling here and there during the morning hours [on Sunday]Saturday night, NBC 7 meteorologist Francella Perez said.
Sunday is expected to be a cold day with temperatures about 5 degrees below normal seasonal temperatures. The coasts and valleys will remain in the mid-sixties, and mountain residents will feel temperatures close to 50 and mid-sixties for desert residents.
Basically, if you're heading out for New Year's Eve, wear something warm and, if possible, choose waterproof shoes. Even if the rain disappears, the puddles will likely persist.
bout of High surfing It is hitting the San Diego coast and will continue into early next week, increasing the chances of coastal flooding in low-lying areas of the city. Sunday's waves won't be as high as Saturday's, but we will see some waves ranging from 5-8 feet with some sets reaching 12 feet.
Don't put away your rain boots yet. Although rain chances decrease on Sunday, there is another chance of rain next week — the first week of 2024 — according to the National Weather Service in San Diego.
“Light rain could fall Monday with the best chances for southern San Diego County,” NWS San Diego said He said on X, formerly Twitter. “Rainfall amounts, if any, will be 1/10” or less.”
Tide overview for Sunday 31 December 2023
Highest tides for Sunday: 10:51 am
Tide forecast for Sunday:
- The wave height this morning is between 8-12 feet.
- By the afternoon, their length will decrease to about 8-10 feet.
- At night, they will be closer to 6-8 feet.
Low tide for Sunday: 6:13 pm