Weather forecasters in San Diego expect gusty northeast winds and warm days Monday and Tuesday because of a Santa Ana pattern developing Sunday night.
For the rest of this weekend, high pressure aloft will bring generally clear skies and mild weather.
The weather turns cooler Wednesday and Thursday as a trough of low pressure deepens over the West Coast, the San Diego weather service said. This trough will bring cool weather and a chance of showers next Sunday.
High temperatures in the mountains and deserts will be relatively unchanged Saturday to Sunday.
A high wind watch is in effect from Sunday evening through Tuesday morning because of a moderately strong Santa Ana condition.
At the beaches, elevated surf of three-to-five feet and a high rip current risk will continue through the weekend. Calmer conditions are expected into the work week.
–City News Service
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