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80 Degrees With Hint of Breeze Predicted

From a Times Staff Writer

Sunny skies and slightly higher temperatures are predicted for what forecasters say will be a seasonal April weekend of mild weather.

A weak cold front is expected to pass through San Diego County tonight, bringing through cloudy skies that should burn off by midmorning Saturday, the National Weather Service said. Blues skies are expected Saturday afternoon through Sunday, with temperatures from the high 60s to low 80s.

Forecaster Harvey Hastrup said a high-pressure system that was building off the coast Thursday should move closer today and could move inland over the weekend to set up a weak Santa Ana condition in northern Los Angeles County.

“We will get the benefits of some of that warming,” he said.

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Temperatures today along the coast are expected to be from 66 to 71 degrees with lows in the 50s. The normal high at Lindbergh Field for this time of year is 68.

Inland valley highs in the 68- to 76-degree range today might warm to the low 80s by Sunday. Lows are expected to be from 48 to 56.

Light breezes of 10 to 18 m.p.h. should blow onshore, and winds could reach 25 m.p.h. in the mountains and deserts.


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