The San Diego-area mountains could get a second dusting of snow in as many days as another late-season Pacific storm blows through beginning Tuesday night.
Up to one inch of snow dusted the mountains on Monday morning, and even more could fall by Wednesday morning.
“Another late season Pacific storm will impact our region Tuesday to Wednesday, with showers and mountain snow above 6,000 to 6,500 feet,” the National Weather Service office in San Diego reported.
Rainfall west of the mountains is expected to be light, no more than a tenth to a half an inch, but the coastal slopes could get an inch or more.
Strong westerly winds will also be likely on both Tuesday and Wednesday, especially over the mountains and deserts.
Another Pacific storm is expected to arrive by the upcoming weekend.
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