A mild start to the week with mostly to partly cloudy skies today as abundant subtropical clouds spread north over San Diego. Temperatures will top out just above normal for mid-December with minor cooling tomorrow. We should get more clearing tomorrow than what we saw today.
A trough of low pressure will swing through Tuesday, although any rain will stay well north of Southern California. It will be warmer Wednesday through Friday as mild Santa Ana winds blow through. Expect more sunshine, drier conditions and above normal temperatures for week's end.
Another low-pressure trough will bring cooler temperatures over the weekend and possibly the chance for rain early next week. Stay with the 10News Pinpoint Weather team as we track the changes.
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