Temperatures have peaked, now we are off to cooler weather into early next week.
The marine layer will be back with overnight clouds, patchy fog, and possibly patchy drizzle Friday morning, with a better chance Saturday morning.
Temperatures will begin cooling down, but only a few degrees. Friday will be a nice day around the county with morning clouds giving way to sunshine. The cool down will continue into the weekend, with temperatures dropping 5 to 15 degrees below the normal for this time of the year. The coolest day will be Saturday with lingering clouds.
Temperatures will go up a few degrees from Saturday, with mostly sunny skies ahead of the rain on Monday.
A low pressure system will pass to our north, but it does bring a chance for rain showers on Monday. San Diego will see an average total of 0.10 to 0.30" from the coast to the mountains with lesser amounts in the deserts, averaging a trace to 0.10".
The storm moves in and out quickly, so we go back to sunny skies and great weather on Tuesday followed by warmer conditions for the middle of next week.
Stay tune to our ABC 10News Weather Team for updates as we continue to fine tune the forecast, ahead of the next storm.
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