The light rain and brisk temperatures bearing down on the San Diego area will last through Saturday, but forecasters are predicting drier weather Sunday.
Drizzle followed by a chance of light showers will persist through Saturday, clearing to partly cloudy skies for Mother’s Day, according to the National Weather Service.
A 60 percent chance of rain is expected late Friday night through Saturday afternoon, with daytime highs near the coast reaching 67 degrees, according to the NWS.
Chance of rain decreases Saturday night, and by Sunday afternoon expect gradual clearing with a high near 70 for the coast, according to the forecast.
Weekend rainfall totals are not expected to exceed a quarter inch, the NWS predicted.
Overnight weekend lows will hover around the 53-degree mark near coastal areas.
The low-pressure system that is chilling the area broke a record in Vista Friday where the daytime high reached just 62 degrees, breaking the old record of 63 set in 1968.
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