The final hours of 2021 will be cool and breezy at times. Lingering showers remain through the early morning hours, dissipating by the time most people wake up in the new year.
A Wind Advisory is in place for San Diego mountains and deserts through 3 a.m. Saturday morning. Gusts could reach 55-65 MPH. A Small Craft Advisory is in place for coastal waters until 2 a.m. Saturday morning as well.
Overnight lows through the weekend will be cold. Inland valleys, mountains and deserts will all see lows around freezing, with some areas dropping below freezing. Frost is possible.
Temperatures will stay stagnant and cooler than normal for the first few days of 2022 before warming back up to seasonal norm by mid-week.
Happy New Year! Stay safe!
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