Cooler conditions continue for San Diego County. Sunday brought cloudy skies west of the mountains that lingered throughout the day and into the night. Highs remained at least a few degrees cooler than normal for most areas.
Onshore flow will help the marine layer continue to build overnight into Monday night. Monday morning will bring gloomy conditions. Some blue sky could appear in the afternoon for inland areas, but cloudy conditions will dominate for the next few days. Some morning drizzle is possible. Highs will remain cool through about Wednesday.
Starting at the end of the workweek, there will be a shift. Highs will start to warm up into the weekend, bringing a fast change across the county. Winds will shift to more of a Santa Ana event, bringing air that is warmer and drier. Sunshine will dominate at the end of the week.
Next weekend should be sunny and warm across most of San Diego County.
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