Savor the quiet weather this weekend with coastal clouds gently cascading across the sunny sky, because this tranquil sunshine will not last.
A series of storms is expected to drench San Diego County in the middle of the week following a warm, dry weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Some thunderstorms may crackle across the county throughout the week.
This weekend patches of fog and low clouds rolled over the coast and valleys, with warm afternoon highs rising seven to 14 degrees above normal, according to a National Weather Service Facebook post.
On Monday it will be partly cloudy with light winds and a slight chance of rain overnight. More rain is very likely to start on Tuesday, lingering into next Thursday with significant precipitation possible from the coast to the deserts, said a weather service representative.
Several inches of snow is anticipated in the mountains. Snow levels will fall Tuesday through Wednesday with travel hazards possible in the mountains, said forecasters. Strong winds are also likely through the passes and in the deserts.
More wet storm systems may continue to spread showers across the region next weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
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