I almost always make it to Ocean Beach each weekend, usually on Saturday morning since my girlfriend works then. She was off yesterday, though, and worked today, so this morning was my man-hours at the beach.
If you come to San Diego, you’ll often hear the locals and the weatherpersons talk about the marine layer. It’s a thick layer of clouds that rolls in off the Pacific Ocean as the sun goes down. As I was heading to Ocean Beach at 8:00 this morning, there was a good view of the marine layer hovering over SeaWorld San Diego, unusual for the morning:
It was a fast moving marine layer, too. After about fifteen minutes I was shrouded in fog.