NWS San Diego Weather Briefing - January 24, 2022

Another round of moderate Santa Ana winds was predicted to return by late Tuesday through Wednesday, as another strong high pressure area builds into the Great Basin, the National Weather Service said.

This pattern should hold, with lighter winds, fair skies and above-average temperatures through the end of the week.

“We start to see the beginnings of what could turn to a wetter pattern for us early in February,” forecasters said.

There is a chance of accumulating precipitation of 1-3 inches by Feb. 1. In the meantime, forecasters predict fair and dry mid-winter weather, with mild, sunny days and clear, cool nights.

City News Service contributed to this article.