San Diegans spending their Thanksgiving in America's Finest City can expect a warm and breezy start to the weekend, with a storm rolling in down the line, according to NBC 7 Meteorologist Whitney Southwick.
A mild Santa Ana will roll in throughout the weekend, bringing breezy, gusty and hot temperatures across the County, Whitney forecasted.
Thanksgiving Day will be hotter than recent days, with temperatures stretching into the mid 70s and 80s for coastal and inland regions. In the mountains, expect upper 50s and low 60s, and mid to upper 70s in the desert.
While driving on Interstate 8 in the mountains, use caution, as a wind advisory is in effect.
Most of San Diego will see clear skies on Thanksgiving Day.
Friday, cooler temperatures will set in. Over the weekend, a storm will move into the region, with a chance for showers late Saturday. Expect a wet, windy and cool Sunday, Whitney forecasted, with showers sticking around until Monday.
For your full forecast, find our interactive radar here.