Share
Things To Do

San Diego’s Thanksgiving weather will make the rest of U.S. jealous

CORONADO, CA 11/16/2017: Against a backdrop of a dramatic morning sky, Phil Jones, left, and Gary Z
Against a backdrop of a dramatic morning sky, Phil Jones, left, and Gary Zalusky, right, head into San Diego Bay for a morning of fishing from the launch area at Tidelands Park in Coronado.
Howard Lipin/The San Diego Union-Tribune

On Thanksgiving, San Diegans will be saying, “Pass the butter.” And by butter, we’ll mean cocoa butter.

A high pressure system will produce unseasonably warm weather, with the daytime high reaching 78 in San Diego, says the National Weather Service. The average high is 69. Inland valleys will reach the mid-to-upper 80s.

And there’s no rain in sight for the rest of the month.

“We could go the entire month of November without any rain,” said Dan Gregoria, a weather service forecaster.

San Diego International Airport averages 1.01’’ of precipitation in November.

Twitter: @grobbins

gary.robbins@sduniontribune.com