SAN DIEGO — We started off the day with light rain across the county before drier conditions moved in by the afternoon.

Rainfall Totals -- Friday
KFMB-TV Weather Dept.

For the rest of the night, expect chilly temperatures and partly cloudy skies. 

Overnight Lows -- Saturday
KFMB-TV Weather Dept.

A ridge of high pressure started to build in over the state Friday afternoon. It will strengthen into the weekend. This will lead to a warming trend and bump up our afternoon temps 3° to 9° above average by Sunday afternoon, for most of the county.

SATURDAY MICROCLIMATE HIGHS:

  • Coastal highs near 68°, normal around 65°
  • Inland highs near 70°, normal around 70°
  • Mountain highs near 61°, normal around 52°
  • Desert highs near 70°, normal around 69°

SUNDAY MICROCLIMATE HIGHS:

  • Coastal highs near 68°, normal around 65°
  • Inland highs near 71°, normal around 70°
  • Mountain highs near 64°, normal around 52°
  • Desert highs near 74°, normal around 69°

AT THE COAST:

Surf Forecast
KFMB-TV Weather Dept.
Surf Forecast (2)
KFMB-TV Weather Dept.

While we are going to start the weekend on a sunny note, it won't be the case by Sunday. The ridge will move eastward Sunday into Monday, leading to slightly cooler temperatures for Monday. High clouds will stream in on Sunday as sub-tropical moisture moves in our direction.

Forecast Model
KFMB-TV Weather Dept.

A weak trough of low pressure will move in Tuesday through Wednesday. The onshore flow will bring gusty winds to the mountains and desert. As far as rain, our chances will be slim to none. Maybe a sprinkle or two during this overnight time frame. 

8 Day Forecast Coast and Inland
KFMB-TV Weather Dept.
8 Day Forecast Mountains and Desert
KFMB-TV Weather Dept.