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The Catalina Eddy, a meteorological condition responsible for days-long episodes of dreary, overcast weather over San Diego, is most likely to occur in May and June. This weather pattern, which intensifies our late spring "June gloom," happens when moist marine air, drawn inland from the area around Santa Catalina Island, condenses in the form of low clouds along the southern California coastline.

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