Mostly sunny skies are forecast for San Diego over the weekend, with some haze and night and morning low clouds.
More sunshine will poke its way through the haze beginning today, National Weather Service forecaster Wilbur Shigehara said.
"We've got a nice weekend coming up," he said, "generally sunny days through Sunday, with a few scattered high clouds at times."
County temperatures are expected to nudge up a few degrees through Sunday.
Along the coast, high temperatures will be about 63 degrees today, and about 66 at inland valleys.
The county's weather pattern is the result of a weak high pressure off the coast, fending off stormy weather to the north, according to Shigehara.
"This high pressure will try to increase in size beginning Saturday, bringing warmer temperatures during the day, but causing overnight low temperatures to decrease, creating some dense fog along the coast," he said.
Some night and early morning low clouds along the coast and inland valleys are expected through Sunday.
Coastal highs will range from 58 to 65, with lows from 45 to 52 today. The highs will increase a few degrees and low temperatures will decrease slightly Saturday and Sunday, according to Dan Bowman of WeatherData, which provides forecasts for The Times.
Surf is at two to four feet, with ocean temperature near 56.