San Diegans throughout the county will celebrate America’s 246th birthday under somewhat cloudy to mostly clear skies, even overnight.

According to San Diego’s National Weather Service, low clouds and fog could reduce views of fireworks on the coast, where people can enjoy the cozy mid-60s. That could throw a wrench in plans. of fireworks viewing, as many of the county’s most popular fireworks shows are found on the coast, such as the Big Bay Boom.

Residents of inland valleys should expect mostly clear skies with temperatures in the 50s to 60s. Clear inland conditions will be excellent for viewing fireworks, the NWS San Diego added.

Hang a sweater if you are in the mountains where conditions should stay in the 50s with clear skies.

Desert dwellers will have clear views and warm but windy nighttime conditions in the upper 60s.