San Diego's Weather Forecast for Thursday, November 4, 2021: Warmer Friday

Posted at 5:28 AM, Nov 04, 2021
and last updated 2021-11-04 21:06:15-04

Dense fog will be possible again tonight, with mild temperatures on Friday. 

Areas of low clouds and fog will take over coastal communities and some valleys tonight, with dense fog possible through Saturday.

Friday is on track to be the warmest day of the week, but only a couple of degrees higher than today. High pressure has helped to usher offshore winds, leading to the warming trend. The ridge will begin shifting east, and the warmth will be replaced by cooler weather. 

Cooling will be gradual this weekend, starting on Saturday. A storm to our north will bring beneficial rain to the Pacific Northwest, but only a chance for light rain and drizzle to San Diego on Tuesday. 

So far, we have had a dry start to the month. Average rainfall for the month of November is 1.01" with an average of 5 days with measurable rain, and on a few years, we have seen some Novembers with no rain at all, hopefully that is not the case this year. Temperatures will warm up again with possible Santa Ana winds into Veteran's Day.

Don't forget this weekend Daylight Saving Ends at 2am Sunday, giving us an extra hour of sleep, but a much earlier sunset on Sunday at 4:52pm.

Friday's Highs:
Coast: 69-75°
Inland: 80-87°
Mountains: 76-82°
Deserts: 88-93°

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