The weekend is off to a warm start and that will continue for the next week. High pressure along with prevailing weak offshore flow will bring warm days and clear, cool nights for the next seven days.
Saturday brought highs warmer than normal for this time of year. Here's a look at some observed highs versus daily averages:
San Diego: 75º high/68º average
Oceanside: 77º high/69º average
Ramona: 80º high/69º average
Brown Field Airport: 78º high/69º average
Sunday will bring warming of just a few degrees for areas east of the coast.
A weak coastal eddy developing overnight could bring some patchy low clouds and fog to the immediate coast by Sunday morning. Patchy low clouds will be possible each night and morning along the immediate coast this week. The next seven days will bring a mild weather week, with temperatures not seeing too much fluctuation and sunshine dominating. No rain is expected in the next week, but there could be some activity possible in the extended forecast.
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