November 15, 2014 (San Diego’s East County) – The National Weather Service has issued a frost warning for the high desert areas. As cold air filters into the deserts and winds drop off, clear skies and very dry air will allow temperatures to plummet by Monday morning.
Temperatures may be at or below freezing for several hours before sunrise over the high deserts with temperatures dipping into the low to mid-30s Sunday night and Monday night. Freezing temperatures can damage sensitive crops and plants. West of the mountains, a freeze is not forecast but temperatures will dip to chilly levels in the 30s and 40s in many locations, Alex Tardy with the National Weather Service forecasts.