Scattered showers and cooler weather were expected across the San Diego region beginning Sunday night and continuing into Tuesday.
“A Pacific low-pressure system will bring scattered showers to much of the region,” the National Weather Service office in San Diego said. “Although overall precipitation amounts will be light, any thunderstorms that do occur will bring the potential for heavier downpours.”
Rainfall over the period is expected to be under a quarter of an inch in most areas, although the mountains could get up to half an inch. The snow level will drop to 7,500 feet but there will be little accumulation, according to the weather service.
“The storm will track southeast, deepening the marine layer further, and pushing fog onto the coastal slopes of the mountains,” the weather service noted.
Highs Monday will be 66 along the coast and inland, dropping to 57 to 62 near the foothills.
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