Low temperature records were broken in five San Diego communities early Saturday amid the continuing winter cold wave.
The National Weather Service office in San Diego reported record lows of 30 degrees in Alpine, 16 in Campo, 33 in El Cajon, 23 in Ramona and 34 in Vista.
Temperatures Saturday night and Sunday morning were expected to be slightly warmer, but the weather service warned of possible patchy frost in the inland valleys.
Highs Sunday are forecast to be 63 to 68 along the coast and 60 to 65 near the foothills.
The region is likely get more rain and snow starting Monday night and continuing through Tuesday as a low-pressure system approaches California. Rainfall is expected to total a quarter of an inch near the coast to as much as three-quarters of an inch near the mountains.
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