Skies will remain clear and temperatures will stay seasonal for the next couple of days, then rain chances kick in at the end of the week.
A Frost Advisory has been issued again for inland valleys and deserts Saturday night. It starts at 10 p.m. and expires at 8 a.m. Sunday morning. Inland areas, mountains and deserts will all see lows in the 30s Saturday night.
These mild conditions remain through mid-week, then more rain arrives. Clouds build Tuesday and Wednesday, then Wednesday evening is when rain chances begin for San Diego County, remaining through the Christmas holiday. Highest chances for rain are Thursday and Friday, lingering into Saturday.
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