Dry and mild through the rest of this week, with a gradual cool down starting this weekend.
A warming trend in underway, and it will continue through Friday making the warmest day for the coast and valleys.
Santa Ana winds will persist with east and northeasterly gusts of 20 to 40mph inland to the mountains today. Stronger winds develop overnight Thursday through Friday morning. Gusts will range from 55 to 65mph. The winds will be strong enough to potentially impact driving conditions for high profile vehicles, and bringing down trees and power lines.
A High Wind Watch will be in effect Thursday evening, through Saturday morning for our valleys, foothills, and mountains.
Other than the possibility of patchy morning fog at Torrey Pines conditions will be quite pleasant for the Farmers Insurance Open through Saturday. Expect mid to upper 60s each afternoon with 50s in the morning.
Next week is trending cooler and breezy with gusty westerly winds in the mountains and deserts.
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