A chilly, low-pressure system across Southern California will cause high temperatures to reach only into the low to mid 60s in much of San Diego County on Easter Sunday.
The National Weather Service office in San Diego said highs along the coast and inland valleys are expected to be 62 to 67, with even lower temperatures in the mountains.
It will also be windy, especially in the mountains and deserts. Gusts of 40 to 45 mph are forecast.
The weather will be cold overnight on Sunday, with lows from the high 40s to low 50s in most areas, and even colder temperatures in the mountains.
The cold weather won’t last long, though.
“Warmer weather will return starting Monday as high pressure builds aloft and onshore winds weaken,” the weather service said. “By Wednesday, some inland valleys could be some 10 to 15 degrees above average.
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