The San Diego region is expected to warm up on Sunday after setting cold temperature records on Saturday.
“There will be a slow warming trend through Tuesday with high temperatures warming to slightly below average,” the National Weather Service office in San Diego said.
Alpine’s high of 60 on Saturday was the lowest on record for the day since 62 degrees was recorded in 1985.
And El Cajon’s high of 64 degrees was also a record, breaking the 66 degrees mark set in 1998.
It will be cloudy in the morning on Sunday with highs 64 to 69 along the coast and 66 to 71 inland.
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