San Diego's Weather Forecast for Friday, October 29, 2021: Cooling trend into early next week

Posted at 5:56 AM, Oct 29, 2021
and last updated 2021-10-30 01:37:35-04

Sunny and nice today, cooler conditions can be expected this weekend into early next week.

Temperatures will return to the 70s across most of the county, the exception will be our deserts. Temperatures will peak Saturday in the low 90s, before returning to the 80s on Sunday and for most of next week.

Halloween forecast: brings daytime highs in the upper 60s for the coast, mid 70s inland, low 60s in the mountains, and upper 80s in the deserts. Clouds will reduce visibility in the morning, with lingering clouds near the coast until late morning.

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Onshore flow will continue to deepen with areas of low clouds, and fog overnight into early morning. Clouds will extend all into the valleys Sunday and Monday with greater cooling and partly to mostly sunny skies. The beaches may have lingering clouds for most of the day on Monday.

November will be off to a comfortable start, high pressure will begin building with gradual warming on Tuesday. No extreme weather, just nice and comfy with temperatures averaging near normal.

Remember it will get darker earlier, this weekend we will have sunsets just before 6pm. Next weekend daylight saving time ends, the clocks will fall back next Sunday, November 7th at 2am.

Have a wonderful weekend and a great Halloween.

Friday's Highs:
Coast: 67-72º
Inland: 76-81º
Mountains: 71-78º
Deserts: 88-90º

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