What a gorgeous Easter weekend! Temperatures remained mild the last couple of days. Easter Sunday brought slightly warmer temperatures, especially inland. Monday, highs will remain similar for coastal areas. Inland communities could warm a degree or two. The biggest warming will take place in the deserts, with highs around 100º Monday.
Then Tuesday, temperatures drop a few degrees and remain mild for the next couple of days. A few different storms approach the Pacific Northwest and Northern California, but won't have major impacts in Southern California. It's not until the end of the week when San Diego sees some rain chances, also bringing cooler temperatures and gusty winds. Light rain chances begin Thursday evening and continue into Friday.
Strong winds will blow this week, favoring mountains and deserts.
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