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San Diego County officials have issued beach closures and advisories due to high bacteria levels, with areas affected including Imperial Beach and the Tijuana Slough Shoreline.
San Diego is set to experience king tides with peaks over 6 feet due to a new moon and a full moon, potentially causing beach erosion and coastal flooding.
Austin residents criticize new speed cushions and poles on Greystone Drive as eyesores and possible hazards, while city officials defend their effectiveness in improving traffic safety.
Houston was hit by a hailstorm before a cold front, with hailstones the size of nickels falling; temperatures are expected to drop significantly following the storm.
New Yorkers are set to enjoy a period of "quiet weather" with mild days and cool nights this week, with forecasts suggesting stable, pleasant conditions before a likely return to wetter weather next week.
The forecast for Miami indicates early sunshine, with a shift to cooler temperatures, increasing rain chances, and a possible dip into the 70s accompanied by gusty winds.
Austin is set to experience sub-freezing temperatures overnight with the National Weather Service issuing a Special Weather Statement and a potential Freeze Warning.
The NWS forecasted high winds and a high of 57 degrees for Houston with clear skies, while the SPC warned of severe thunderstorms in the Carolinas. Houston's weather is to remain sunny with a cooldown and possible rain by week's end.
Southern New England is set to experience a storm with high winds and heavy rain, with the possibility of coastal and street flooding, and power outages.
San Antonio's weather forecast includes clear, windy conditions, with sunny skies and a chance of showers later in the week. Winds are expected to ease by Sunday.
Santa Ana winds in Southern California prompt wildfire concerns with gusts up to 61 mph and low humidity levels. A Fire Weather Watch is in effect, heightening the risk of fires in the region.
The weather in Miami is set to cool down with highs near 80 degrees and a partly cloudy forecast. The weekend may bring windy conditions and a slight chance of rain, with a 30 percent chance of showers on Sunday afternoon.
Santa Ana winds lead to a red flag warning in Southern California, indicating high wildfire risks. Residents are urged to prepare for strong gusts and low humidity through the weekend.