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SAN DIEGO — On this edition of FOX 5 News Now: a dangerous rescue lasts through the night, your San Diego weather forecast and more top stories from this week.

All-night cliff rescue: A man heard screaming for help from a cliffside at Torrey Pines was finally rescued after firefighters worked through the night to reach him, officials said.

A 911 caller told dispatchers they heard the man yelling from the cliffs below the Torrey Pines Gliderport around 8:45 p.m. Saturday, San Diego Fire Deputy Chief David Gerboth told OnScene TV.

San Diego weather: Get ready for another beautiful summer Sunday. Liberty Zabala has your local weather forecast, with a look at the heat you can expect around the county.

COVID-19 rising: Officials are warning of the two new omicron variants that are driving a rise in cases and hospitalizations across the state. They explain why testing doesn’t tell the whole story.

Plus: The fate of Friendship Park at the border, a new arena in Oceanside and the “haunted” lake right here in San Diego County.

FOX 5 News Now is San Diego’s only interactive digital newscast. Join your host Matt Meyer each Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m. for the day’s top headlines. Your questions and comments will shape the show in real time. Watch live with any device on or the FOX 5 app.

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