Cold overnight lows and pleasant daytime highs will continue for a couple more days in San Diego County.
A Frost Advisory is in place again for inland valleys from midnight to 8 a.m. Monday. A Freeze Warning is also in place for deserts through the same time frame. Lows could drop to freezing during that time frame. Local mountains will see lows below freezing Sunday night. Take care of your three p's: pets, plants and pipes!
In addition, there will be extremely high high tides Monday morning, prompting a Beach Hazard Statement.
Sun will return during the day, bringing highs to pleasant 60s for most of the county. Temperatures will stay stagnant for a few days, with slight warming at the end of the workweek.
The next week will stay dry, but a shift to onshore flow will usher in some moisture Saturday, increasing cloud coverage. Despite the increased moisture, measurable rain looks unlikely.
Now that 2021 is over, it's time to look back on what the year's weather brought! The average high in San Diego for the year was 71.6º, which is warmer than the normal 70.9º. The hottest temperature observed in San Diego during the calendar year was 92º on Nov. 12. Despite above-average rain totals in the month of December, the calendar year's rain totals were below average. San Diego received 7.85" of rain, which is less than the normal 9.79."
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