Afternoon high temperatures were significantly below average in San Diego County on Saturday, with areas of the inland valleys flirting with record low maximum temperatures for the date.
The National Weather Service office in San Diego reported that highs in most areas were only in the upper 70s, with only a few inland locations breaking 80 degrees.
The forecast for Sunday calls for sunny skies with highs of 73 to 78 near the coast and 77 to 82 inland. Overnight lows will be 61 to 66 with light winds.
But the weather service warned that temperatures won’t stay cool for long though, as a building area of high pressure over Southern California will bring slightly above-average temperatures by Tuesday.
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