San Diego this weekend will be spared the hot weather that has most of the rest of the country sweltering, as local temperatures remain seasonal and pleasant.
The late-night and early-morning low clouds will remain, but days will be sunny and fair, National Weather Service forecaster Wilbur Shigehara said.
"Average temperatures will be exactly that, average," Shigehara said. "The rest of the country is roasting, but I expect to see fair weather and seasonal conditions here in San Diego at least through the beginning of next week."
Shigehara said westerly upper-level winds, which have been around since earlier in the week, are keeping temperatures right where they usually are this time of year. The high at Lindbergh Field on Thursday was 73 degrees, while the average temperature for that date is 75. The overnight low was 64, the exact average low for July 10.