Cloudy conditions and above-average temperatures will continue into the weekend. Clouds linger through Monday but conditions will stay mostly dry. There could be some sprinkles Saturday and Monday, but accumulations will remain low (if anything).
Temperatures average in the mid to upper 60s for this time of year, but lower 70s will dominate most of San Diego County through about Sunday before cooling back down to normal by next Monday. Sunny skies won't return until about mid-week next week, though.
A Santa Ana wind event kicks in, bringing gusty winds Friday through Sunday, peaking Saturday morning. Gusts will peak in the 50 MPH range.
A High Surf Advisory along the coast remains in effect. Waves could get up to 4-7 feet with strong rip currents, so inexperienced swimmers should be cautious.
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