I'm spending the week attending the US Open golf tournament. If nothing else, it is tremendous example of the weirdness that is San Diego weather. On Friday the sun shown brightly most of the day on the coast where Torrey Pines Golf Course rests. It was a beautifully warm, almost too warm, day.
The very next day, Saturday, the coastal clouds rolled in thick and stayed. There was a brisk, icy cold wind blowing off the Pacific Ocean. While Friday was a day for shorts and a half-gallon of sunscreen, Saturday required a parka.
Such is the nature of San Diego.