Santa Won't Need a Coat When He Comes To San Diego

December 21, 2017

Santa better bring the sunscreen.

While nights will be seasonably cool, San Diego and vicinity is shaping up to be dry and sunny for Christmas weekend.  While no alerts are in place yet for San Diego County, portions of Riverside, San Bernardino and Orange Counties are under high wildfire risk because of winds and dry conditions.

For us in San Diego, the National Weather Service San Diego predicts highs at Montgomery Field to be 70 degrees on Saturday, topping out at 76 on Sunday and 75 for Christmas Day.  It will be a little cooler right down at the water.

El Cajon is forecast to hit highs of 78 on Christmas Eve and 76 Christmas Day.  Ramona could be a little cooler at 76 on Sunday and 75 for Christmas Day.

No other precipitation is in the forecast for the time being.  We did get some scattered light showers Wednesday night.  Only seven-hundredths of an inch of rain fell in San Diego.