Gusty winds will continue with westerly gusts of 20 to 30mph for the coast and valleys with stronger winds of 40 to 60mph in the mountains and deserts where a Wind Advisory continues until 6pm.
Temperatures warm quickly this weekend with a 5 to 15-degree. on Saturday with another 10-degree jump by Sunday. Temperatures will peak on Monday as Santa Ana winds develop. San Diego and Vista could see near records highs and other cities like El Cajon and Ramona could be close to records as well.
Monday's highs will average in the 80s near the coast with some 90s inland. The mountains and deserts will stay warmer through Wednesday while the coast and inland areas will start to cool as Santa Ana winds end and the sea-breeze returns.
Elevated surf at the beaches with a Beach Hazards Statement in effect until 9pm Saturday, waves of 3 to 6 feet are expected along with strong rip currents.
Temperatures will trend above average through the middle of the week, with temperatures dropping Thursday and Friday.
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