But, as you can see, the weather spiked on the Sunday before to 2019 U.S. Open. It was 73 and 89 degrees, then jumped to a high of 95 and 90 degrees on the Monday and Tuesday of Open week. PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — I’m not going to lie: I like my U.S. Opens tough. High heat, long rough, hard greens, complaining. I love it all. At the 2019 U.S. Open, I look at the leaderboard — at all that red — and I can’t help but feel a little disappointed, irrational though it may be.But on this occasion, I understand, because it was a weird confluence of events that forced the USGA’s hand, and it’s hard to argue they didn’t do the right thing.It all started with the weather. Here it is for Pebble Beach, every day, over the past month. As you can see, for every day in the two weeks leading up to U.S. Open week, the weather was cloudy and hovered around 65 degrees. It’s why they call it June gloom.