SAN DIEGO - Good Thursday morning.
Our day is starting off cloudy over the coast and valleys. Later today, the low clouds will begin to clear but then high clouds will stream across the sky leading to a partly sunny day. A trough of low pressure moving across Southern California is behind all of this. It's helping to increase the onshore flow which is cooling down our temperatures.
The trough of low pressure will keep high clouds across the area tomorrow. In the morning, drizzle is possible. Saturday, clouds decrease and then again on Easter Sunday. Temperatures start to climb again with the warmest day being Monday when inland valleys will once again hit 80 degrees.
10News Weather Anchor Robert Santos