Ashlee's Forecast: Warm, dry and winday


This morning we have clear skies and a sea breeze, but by the afternoon the winds will become north and northeast. The winds will remain offshore through the middle part of the week and temperatures will be well above the seasonal average. 

Fire Weather Watch for the Inland and Mountain communities from 4am Monday through Tuesday at 4pm because of the dry winds and low humidity.
 
Also a High Wind Warning for the inland and mountain neighborhoods from 4pm Monday to Wednesday 12pm.
 

SUNDAY'S TEMPERATURES:

  • COAST: 70-75°
  • INLAND: 75-78°
  • MOUNTAINS: 55-60°
  • DESERT:  75-80°

 

A dry offshore flow returns Monday into Wednesday as a weak to moderate Santa Ana wind event develops. Expect winds to be less than the round we saw earlier this week. The Santa Ana Wildfire Threat Index is forecasting a 'Marginal' event for San Diego county Monday through Wednesday meaning any fires that ignite may spread quickly.

Expect calmer winds and warm temperatures for Thanksgiving, in the 80s all the way to the beach!

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10News Weather Anchor Ashlee DeMartino.

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