SAN DIEGO - Several record high temperatures were set on this Thanksgiving 2014. Officially, San Diego hit 85 degrees, breaking the old record of 83 set all the way back in 1903. Chula Vista set a record high of 86, Escondido set a record of 89, Palomar Mt. set a record of 78, Lake Cuyamaca reached record territory at 84 and El Cajon set a blistering new high of 91.
Friday will be cooler.
The offshore flow will weaken, a sea breeze will start blowing. After some patchy fog in the morning, we will still enjoy clear sky. Friday will be beautiful, but dry.
- COAST: 72-83°
- INLAND: 81-86°
- DESERT: 81-86°
We have a slight chance for light rain Sunday, mostly on the coastal slopes, as a shortwave moves through the area, but that pales in comparison with what follows.
A Pacific storm is approaching the West Coast and most of our computer models have it bringing significant rain to San Diego Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. One model has it missing us entirely, but it's the outlier. Rain totals could be anywhere from an inch to 3 inches from the coast to the mountains! Give thanks...
10News Chief Weather Anchor Pat Brown