San Diego can expect warmer and clearer weather this weekend thanks to a combination of a high pressure system and desert winds.
“The higher pressure aloft will combine with the offshore flow to crank up daytime temperatures,” according to the National Weather Service office in San Diego. “Sunday looks like the warmest day, with coastal and valley areas 10-15 above average.”
Highs on Saturday will be 69 to 74 near the coast, 76 to 81 inland and 80 to 85 in the western valleys.
On Sunday, temperatures will crank up to 77 to 82 near the coast, up to 86 inland, and 85 to 90 in the
The warming trend will be brief. The weather service said rain and even mountain snow are looking increasingly likely beginning Wednesday thanks to a low-pressure system moving south.
“This system has the potential for heavy rain at times, thunderstorms, lower snow levels and strong winds,” the weather service said.
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