Warm, sunny weather finally returning to soggy San Diego

For the first time since February 28, daytime high temperatures in San Diego will reach 70 degrees or above as a high pressure system moves into Southern California.

The National Weather Service says the temperature will be 68 on Thursday, 71 on Friday, 72 on Saturday and 74 on Sunday.

Ramona will be 64 on Thursday, 68 on Friday, 73 on Saturday and 75 on Sunday.

The region has been experiencing unusually cool temperatures. San Diego’s daytime high has yet to reach 70 during the month of March, and it hit or surpassed 70 only twice in February.

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