Trick-or-treaters, grab a costume-friendly coat this Halloween. Frightfully chilly weather will be dished out with candy due to a cold front moving into San Diego.
The cooling trend started on Friday and temperatures will continue to drop through next week, with Monday likely being the coolest day.
On Saturday, a dense fog advisory will remain in effect through 9 a.m. for the coast and inland valley communities due, in part, to a weak coastal eddy.
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"Some coastal low clouds and fog on Hallow-eve could make a spooky appearance with the waning crescent moon playing peek-a-boo through the clouds," the National Weather Service said.
Temperatures will be in the mid-50s to upper-50s Halloween night, NBC 7 Meteorologist Sheena Parveen said.
"We're going to be staying dry [Halloween night] but we may have some sprinkles come Monday," Parveen added.
Rain is possible later in the week.
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