Sun to Shine on First Days of 2014 Del Mar

By Chyna Glenn, AccuWeather.com Meteorologist
July 17, 2014; 10:52 AM ET
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Each day through Sunday will be carbon copies with ample midday and afternoon sun.

Temperatures at the beginning of the week in Los Angeles and San Diego were slightly above normal, but as the week comes to a close, temperatures will trend to near average for the middle of July.

High temperatures over the weekend are expected to be in 70s and slightly rise into the next week as high pressure begins to build over the region.

Dry conditions are expected to persist in much of California, which is typical for this time of year. However, exceptional long-term drought is forecast to continue through the autumn.

Only very widely separated afternoon thunderstorms will occur over the interior of California through the weekend.

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