Another late-season Pacific storm is forecast to hit the San Diego region on Sunday morning, with up to a half of an inch of rain falling in the coasts and valleys.
“A low-pressure system from the north will bring cooling, strong and gusty west winds for the mountains and deserts, and periods of showers along and west of the
mountains,” according to the National Weather Service office in San Diego.
Palomar Mountain and Julian could get an inch of rain or more, and the snow level will drop to 5,500 feet by Sunday evening, with accumulation possible in some areas.
As the storm blows through, the mountain crests, deserts slopes and some desert locations will experience gusts up to 65 mph.
The weather service said fair weather should return by Monday afternoon and continue into Wednesday.
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