Coastal San Diego can expect another foggy morning on Monday, but the fog will soon give way to warm, dry Santa Ana winds.
The National Weather Service office in San Diego said the fog would begin along the coast Sunday night and then move inland through Monday morning. Visibility will be less than a mile in some areas.
Then on Tuesday the Santa Anas are expected to return and last into Friday morning, with the peak on Wednesday and Thursday mornings.
“This will bring warm conditions to the coast, and elevated fire danger to the mountains and foothills,” the weather service said.
The weather service predicted wind speeds of 15 to 20 mph with gusts to 50 mph in the most wind-prone areas. Humidity is expected to fall below 15 percent while temperatures will reach the upper 80s inland.
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