Weather Update: Sunday, October 21, 2018 (2:11 p.m.)
Warm and dry conditions are expected to continue through Sunday with temperatures in the low 80s inland and high 70s at the coast.
The Week Ahead:
An upper level low will linger around the Southwestern U.S. through the end of the week. The low will move further north, into Utah as it weakens Friday, weakening offshore flow.
High pressure will be the dominating factor of the weather pattern through the week. The aforementioned low being cut-off and blocked the high. The high will slowly move eastward from the Pacific coast, helping temperature raise in the western region.
Low pressure forming over the Pacific will bring an increase in moisture to Southern California over the weekend. Temperatures will begin to cool from this system during the latter part of the weekend. This system is not expected to bring much rain to San Diego at this time. The bulk of the rain will be to the north and northeast.