San Diegans planning to follow up their holiday weekend with more outdoor activities have a sunny future.
NBC 7's Sheena Parveen said on Thursday morning that, while cloudy skies returned overnight, skies will begin to clear around mid- to late morning on Thursday, with full sun this afternoon. Inland valleys will be a couple degrees warmer than on Wednesday, with temperatures similar to yesterday at the coast.
- Coast: AM clouds, PM sun — mid to low 70s
- Inland: Clouds to sun — low to mid 80s
- Mountains: Sunny and breezy — mid to low 80s
- Deserts: Sunny, hot — around 103
A warming trend is set to arrive over the weekend with more of an offshore flow. Saturday and Sunday, high temperatures will be a few degrees above normal for this time of the year, while next week still looks to be warm. San Diegans looking for wet weather won't see rain anytime soon.
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Parveen's Forecast Headlines
- Warmer weekend ahead
- Still warm and dry next week