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High pressure and a weak offshore flow are predicted to bring fair and warm days with cool nights to the San Diego region all week, the National Weather Service reported.

High temperatures near the coast Monday are forecast to be 68 to 73 near the coast, 73 to 78 inland, 75 to 80 in the western valleys, 78 to 83 near the foothills, 71 to 78 in the mountains and 83 to 88 in the deserts.

Patchy low clouds and fog are likely along the coast for the next few days.

A slight warming can be expected through the middle of the week, with Santa Ana winds becoming strongest on Wednesday across the mountains and foothills.

Given the dry conditions and above-average temperatures, fire weather conditions were predicted to be somewhat elevated each day, especially in the wind-prone areas along the coastal slopes and foothills.

A cooling trend was expected to begin next weekend as high pressure retreats and the marine layer rebuilds inland.

Updated at 4:50 a.m., Monday, Nov. 29, 2021

City News Service contributed to this article.

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