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  • Gray is not going away anytime soon

    Gray is not going away anytime soon

    The thickest batch of May gray so far this year is not likely to go away all day Thursday, at least at the coast and perhaps inland, too. Friday and Saturday don’t look much different. “As we head into this afternoon, I think the clouds will hang in there,” National Weather Service forecaster Matthew...

  • A little more blue sky visible Tuesday, but the gray remains

    A little more blue sky visible Tuesday, but the gray remains

    Most of San Diego County should see a bit more blue sky Tuesday, but the gray days are not entirely out of the way. “I think there will be a little better clearing today, but I say that with caution,” National Weather Service forecaster Brandt Maxwell said. “It will take awhile to clear entirely.”...

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  • NOOOO! San Diego has been cloudy for 74 straight hours, and 'May Gray' could last several more days

    NOOOO! San Diego has been cloudy for 74 straight hours, and 'May Gray' could last several more days

    As of 5 p.m. Monday, San Diego International Airport had been cloudy or mostly cloudy for 74 straight hours. And there’s no break in sight, says the National Weather Service. But that doesn’t mean we’re close to breaking the record for ‘May Gray’ weather. San Diego experienced 213 consecutive hours...

  • Cool, mostly gray day to follow drippy morning

    Cool, mostly gray day to follow drippy morning

    May gray became May drippy across much of San Diego County early Monday morning, with many spots recording measurable rain. More gray weather is in store for the work week, although probably not more rain, National Weather Service forecasters say. A low-pressure system moving down California is...

  • Kilauea eruption not expected to affect regions beyond Hawaii

    Kilauea eruption not expected to affect regions beyond Hawaii

    An explosive eruption on Hawaii’s Mount Kilauea on Thursday sent a plume of ash and gases 30,000 feet into the atmosphere. The U.S. Geological Survey has warned that the ash plume is expected to cover the surrounding area, and there were fears that multi-ton boulders could rain down on nearby communities....

  • Soak up the sunshine while it lasts

    Soak up the sunshine while it lasts

    San Diego County is getting an unexpected helping of sunshine Thursday, but it probably won’t last. “It’s shaping up to be a fine, fine spring day,” National Weather Service forecaster Mark Moede said. “Enjoy it while we can.” Low clouds cleared early over much of San Diego County on Thursday,...

  • Shades of gray: Thicker clouds Thursday and Friday

    Shades of gray: Thicker clouds Thursday and Friday

    San Diego County is in the time of year when a “persistence forecast” usually applies: It’s safe to predict that today will be very similar to yesterday, with just slight variations in when and where the low clouds will clear. On Wednesday, most of the county coast was clear of clouds by late morning....

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