Clouds will eventually clear out Sunday and we will see warmer conditions for the start of the shortened workweek. You can spot the warm anomaly on the map below.
I had initially thought we would see a blast of cold air around Christmas. Although temperatures will dramatically drop for the end of next week, the core of the coldest air will miss us to the east, which you can spot on the map below.
Afterwards, the forecast becomes tricky. A blocking ridge develops in the Gulf of Alaska. The placement of this ridge will determine if we will see rain or not. If it is far enough north, then we could see a system sneak underneath. However, those chances are looking slim. More than likely it will remain mostly dry in San Diego and Southern California for the next couple weeks. I'll keep you posted.
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