Thursday brought sunny and warm temperatures to San Diego County. San Diego topped out at 68º, which is one degree warmer than average. Oceanside hit 71º, which is four degrees warmer than normal. Ramona warmed to nine degrees warmer than average, peaking at 75º.
Clear and sunny skies will remain for the next week.
Gusty winds will be picking up this weekend. A Santa Ana weather pattern kicks in Friday evening, bringing possible gusts up to 40-50 MPH through Saturday in wind-prone areas. A Wind Advisory has been issued for inland and mountain communities from midnight Friday night to 6 p.m. Saturday.
No rain is expected as we head into the end of January, which is not good for our rain totals. January is typically one of the wettest months of the year, but San Diego has only received 0.16" of rain so far. About two inches of rain is normal for the month.
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