Abundant sunshine was seen Saturday morning across Southern California, the National Weather Service said. While north-northeast Santa Ana winds were expected to subside this 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.
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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