Sunday brought mostly upper 60s and lower 70s for areas west of the mountains, as expected. Stubborn clouds lingered through the day but we did see some clearing.
Monday, temperatures will slightly warm and sunshine will dominate. The marine layer will return Sunday night, but will mix much faster Monday morning. This means Memorial Day will bring sunny skies and mostly 70s for a majority of San Diego County.
Heading into mid-week, temperatures warm to above-normal for most areas. Coastal areas will see the least warming, with the rest of the county jumping anywhere from 5-10 degrees compared to weekend temperatures.
As temperatures rise, a Beach Hazards Statement kicks in. It's in place for coastal communities through 9 p.m. Tuesday. Surf can get up to 5-8 feet and strong rip currents are possible. Swimmers should be cautious!
By next weekend, a system to the north helps cool temperatures back down to average. No rain is expected locally, but clouds will build as temperatures drop.
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