The tail end of a Pacific storm system will generate areas of light showers Wednesday afternoon through Thursday.
The National Weather Service office in San Diego is forecasting scattered, light showers from the coast to the mountains, with the total rainfall under two-tenths of an inch.
“Dry weather will prevail Friday, then another storm system with more widespread rain will move into California this weekend,” the weather service said.
That storm will bring up to a half inch of rain along the coast, and over an inch in the mountains.
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