The National Weather Service office in San Diego is forecasting isolated thunderstorms for the region beginning Sunday night and continuing into Monday.
The rainfall is expected to be less than a quarter inch in most areas of San Diego County, but could be accompanied by gusty winds that will make driving difficult.
“Isolated thunderstorms are still in the forecast for Sunday night and Monday,” the weather service said. “Any thunderstorm could generate brief downpours, frequent lightning, and gusty winds.”
Highs Saturday are will range from 66 to 71 along the coast and from 71 to 76 in the inland valleys.
The weather service said recent warm weather will also moderate through the new week, with temperatures trending closer to normal across the region.
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