Megan's forecast: Dry through Thanksgiving

SAN DIEGO - Today was a transition day as not only was our Wind Advisory canceled early but so was the Red Flag Warning and the Santa Ana Wildfire Threat Index has removed the 'Marginal' threat for wildfire growth. And with rain on the way, it's all good news for San Diego!

Thanksgiving morning will start off cool, clear and breezy with temperatures warming quickly again. Temperatures through Thanksgiving will remain 10 to 15 degrees above average! With gradual cooling back to average through the weekend and slow return of the marine layer.

The dry conditions persist through the holiday with humidity building Friday through the weekend finally making it feel more comfortable again.

Dense fog may even form as early as Friday morning at the coast and inland on Saturday. A Pacific storm is looking more and more likely to bring significant rain to San Diego arriving at the coast late Monday and spreading inland Tuesday. Give thanks...

Have a Happy and safe Thanksgiving! 


WEDNESDAY'S TEMPERATURES:

  •     COAST: 73-82°
  •     INLAND: 79-88°
  •     MOUNTAINS: 66-76°
  •     DESERT:  76-81°

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10News Meteorologist Megan Parry

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