ABC 10News Pinpoint Weather for Sat. Nov. 6, 2021: Foggy and cool weekend continues

Temperatures will warm up late next week
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Posted at 9:50 AM, Nov 06, 2021
and last updated 2021-11-06 23:31:51-04

Although there is no longer a Dense Advisory in place, patchy fog will continue to be a concern through the weekend. Visibility will be the worst in coastal areas but some fog could creep into inland valleys.

A system passing to the north midweek will bring rain to Northern California, but Southern California will stay mostly dry. This is helping increase onshore flow though, meaning moist air is pushing inland. This helps with fog formulation and also brings the chance for some drizzle in San Diego County Wednesday morning.

Thursday, major changes arrive. Winds quickly shift to become more of a Santa Ana event, bringing in dry and warm air. This will skyrocket highs about ten degrees in the span of one day from Wednesday to Thursday. These warm, dry and sunny conditions continue through next weekend. That also means there will be an increased fire risk.

Sunday's Highs:
Coast: 64-73°
Inland: 70-75°
Mountains: 62-75°
Deserts: 81-88°

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