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Sunny Weather Saturday In San Diego County, Breezy On Sunday

Clear skies over San Diego Harbor as seen from the Bankers Hill neighborhood ...

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Above: Clear skies over San Diego Harbor as seen from the Bankers Hill neighborhood on Feb. 27, 2021.

Abundant sunshine was seen Saturday morning across Southern California, the National Weather Service said, while north-northeast Santa Ana winds were expected to subside in the afternoon before revving up this evening and becoming stronger.

San Diego County was predicted to get breezy on Sunday, forecasters said.

A weak high pressure ridge aloft will follow for Monday with fair, dry and warmer weather ahead of a low-pressure system dropping south well off the coast. The NWS said a storm back east was too far south to bring much rain to Southern California.

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High temperatures along the coast Saturday were expected to be 62-67 degrees with overnight lows of 38-47, the NWS said. Inland valley highs will be 69-74 with overnight lows of 35-42.

Mountain highs were expected to be 59-65 with overnight lows of 27-33. Highs in the deserts will be 72-77 with overnight lows of 40-46.

Gusty winds and very low relative humidity were expected to elevate fire weather conditions from late Saturday night into Monday, the NWS said.


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