San Diego can expect mild weekend weather and no rain for rest of January
Jan. 24, 2020
San Diego’s weekend temperatures will be in the mid-60s, seasonably mild weather that’s part of a larger warming trend, according to the National Weather Service.
Forecasters also say that a weak low pressure system that’s dropping south probably won’t make it to San Diego, and that the county is unlikely to receive significant rain for the rest of January.
“High pressure near the West Coast will continue to build into southern California through Saturday, resulting in dry weather and warmer temperatures,” the weather service says in an advisory.
“Daytime highs will run a couple of degrees warmer than normal along the coast, while in the valleys and mountains, highs will be 5 to 10 degrees above normal. Warmer weather will continue through Saturday, with little day to day temperature variation.
“High resolution models are showing a coastal eddy developing Friday night and continuing through the weekend. This could bring cooling near the coast Saturday and the return of low clouds at times.”
Since the rainy season began on Oct. 1, San Diego International Airport has recorded 7.23 inches of precipitation, which is 2.65 inches above average.
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