The San Diego area will experience periods of light rain through Sunday night before the latest storm moves out of the region.
The National Weather Service office in San Diego said the area will begin drying out Monday and a warming trend will start on Thursday and continue into the weekend.
Rain totals have been low — under a quarter inch in most areas — but up to an inch in the mountains along with some high-elevation snow.
Highs Sunday will be 63 to 68 along the coast, around 65 in the western valleys, 58 to 63 near the foothills and 50 to 56 in the mountains.
A high surf advisory remains in effect through 4 a.m. Monday for long-period west to northwest swells of 10 to 14 seconds. Sets of 5-8 feet are expected.
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