Sunday brought gorgeous conditions to San Diego County with clear skies and mild temperatures. Monday will see a little bit of a shift, with temperatures dropping and cloud coverage increasing.
The marine layer will return Monday morning and cloud coverage will linger for most of the county through Monday. Tuesday will also start on a gloomy note but a bit more sunshine will peak out Tuesday afternoon.
After a cloudy and cooler start to the week, a shift to a Santa Ana wind pattern will help clear skies and eventually warm temperatures. The end of the workweek and next weekend should be clear and sunny.
High pressure situated off California's coast is keeping the state dry for the first week of February. Now that January is ending, we can look at some rain totals. San Diego only received 0.16" of rain, despite a monthly average of 1.98".
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