A fairly mild weather week is ahead for San Diego County.
Sunday, temperatures will cool slightly, bringing coastal highs to the mid-60s and inland valleys to the lower 70s. The marine layer will return overnight Saturday and patchy drizzle is possible Sunday morning. Clouds linger along the coast through the afternoon, but inland areas should see mostly sunny skies by the afternoon.
Winds will gust for the next couple of days, favoring the eastern parts of the county.
The start of the workweek remains cooler than the seasonal average for most areas with morning marine layer and lingering clouds, then clearing and warming starts Wednesday, bringing daytime highs back to normal by the end of the week.
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