Santa Ana winds are picking up again to start the next week. A Wind Advisory has been issued for San Diego County inland valleys and mountains, starting at 8 a.m. Sunday morning and ending at 2 p.m. Monday. Sustained winds will be in the 20-30 MPH range, with gusts up to 50 MPH possible. Winds peak Sunday night then taper off Monday.
Temperatures are also heading into a warming trend. Most of San Diego County will see highs in the 70s for the next couple of days (with the exception of the mountains), with 80s returning for inland valleys and deserts starting Tuesday. Coastal areas will even approach the 80s mid-week.
After recent cold nights, overnight lows will also start to warm. By the start of the work week, most regions will escape the 30s overnight and return to lows in the 40s.
The next week will stay dry for Southern California. No rain is expected for at least another week, then there's a chance of some rain after mid-February.
Follow ABC 10News Meteorologist Leah Pezzetti on Facebook at Leah Pezzetti 10News, or Twitter and Instagram @LeahPezzetti.