Central California coast: Once again a combo of an eddy and a low pressure off San Francisco diverts most of the North Pacific High’s surface NW winds today away from the Central California coast. Lopez sees some winds but Isabella is probably too west to fill in to the lake.
Southern California: The eddy and low pressure off San Francisco causes the North Pacific High’s surface NW winds to bypass the Central California coast then curve into the Southern California bight. Then in the afternoon as the coastal valleys heat into the upper 80’s to mid 90’s these ocean winds curve into the beaches where they combine with the local sea breezes and accelerate towards low pressure in the Southern California Deserts and Las Vegas to Yuma, AZ. area. Heat bubble issues make Belmont and Seal UP AND DOWN.
San Diego Low-teens WNW winds reach San Diego helped by low pressure in the Yuma, AZ. zone.