After Friday brought active thunderstorm activity, Saturday brought much more mellow conditions. A few pop-up storms appeared over San Diego County mountains in the afternoon hours Saturday. There is a slight possibility of a few more cells popping up in the same areas Sunday, but conditions will stay dry after that.
Temperatures will continue to cool through the next few days. Sunday, most of San Diego will feel highs in or around 70s (with the exception of the deserts). The coolest highs will be heading into mid-week, then temperatures will start to warm up again.
The marine layer will continue to build for the next few days, bringing gloomy conditions for coastal areas and even some inland valleys. Lingering clouds will remain over the coast for the next few days, making way for sunshine by the end of this upcoming week.
We're heading into Santa Ana season, so now is a good time to ensure you have defensible space around your home, go over your evacuation plan with your family and ensure your emergency kit is stocked and ready to go.
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