San Diego to stay mostly sunny, dry for rest of January

San Diego is unlikely to get significant rain for the remainder of January as high pressure lingers off the West Coast, preventing storms from dropping into Southern California.

The county got hit by a big storm earlier in the month. But the region is quickly falling behind in seasonal rainfall.

Since the rainy season began on October 1st, San Diego International Airport has received 1.85 inches of precipitation, which is 2.62 inches below average. Ramona has received 3.33 inches, which is 3.34 inches below average. And Oceanside has received 2.67 inches, which is 3.29 inches below average.

San Diego will hit 66 degrees on Monday, 70 on Tuesday, and 73 on Wednesday. Then a brief cooling trend begins.

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