Pat's Forecast: Warmer & Dry Through Friday

SAN DIEGO - Mild, dry weather will persist through the work week with highs near average for the end of February. Enjoy!

Winds become light Tuesday night and, under mostly clear skies, temperatures will drop quickly, although not as far as last night when Oceanside fell to 38°, Ramona was freezing, and Julian was 31°. 

Wednesday will be mostly sunny as we remain under a weak ridge of high pressure.

Wednesday's Temperatures:

  • Coast: 64-70°
  • Inland: 66-71°
  • Mountains: 60-66°
  • Desert: 74-79°

The next storm will arrive this weekend returning much needed rain and wind to the county. Showers could start as early as Friday night continuing into Monday with the peak rain days Saturday and Sunday.

 As our next storm system arrives we'll see surf building this weekend, peaking on Saturday.

This system will be colder than last weekend's, so expect snow in the mountains. Snow levels will start off high Friday night at 7500 feet.  By Saturday night and Sunday, snow levels will drop to 4500 feet so Julian could be looking like winter again.  Be sure to stay with the Pinpoint Weather Team for updates this week.

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10News Chief Weather Anchor Pat Brown

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