High pressure and weak Santa Ana winds are predicted to bring warm days and clear, cool nights to San Diego County next week, the National Weather Service said Saturday.
A weak coastal eddy that developed Saturday night was expected to cause patchy low clouds and fog to the coast on Sunday morning.
“Otherwise, expect another sunny and mild day over coastal areas, and warm inland with highs in the valleys in the 80s, and 60s at the mountain resorts,” the weather service said.
The forecast for San Diego County on Sunday calls for highs 71 to 76 near the coast, 77 to
82 inland, 79 to 84 in the valleys, 67 to 76 in the mountains and 78 to 83 in the deserts.
For the rest of the week, little change in the weather pattern is expected, according to the weather service, with conditions “fair and dry all week with warm days … and chilly nights.”
City News Service contributed to this article.