A cold low-pressure system will move south across Southern California on Monday and Tuesday, bringing light rain to the San Diego area and possibly snow to the mountains.
San Diego will see periods of shower activity and below average temperatures. Showers should be light on Monday afternoon and evening, and moderate on Tuesday morning.
The National Weather Service estimates rainfall totals will be up to .25 inches west of the mountains in San Diego County, with snow accumulation above 5,500 feet.
West winds will also be gusty through the passes and canyons during this time period.
Highs Monday will be around 68, and it could drop into the high 40s Monday night. Highs on Tuesday will be 53 to 68.
A warming trend will begin on Wednesday and continue into the weekend.
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