A band of moderate to heavy showers and isolated thunderstorms moved across San Diego County Saturday, bringing mountain snow, cooler weather and gusty winds to the mountains and deserts.
This band shifted from coastal areas to inland and mountains through the afternoon, with scattered mostly light showers following through Sunday morning, according to the National Weather Service office in San Diego.
Rainfall totals through 4 a.m. Sunday were .11 inch at Lindbergh Field, .17 inch in La Jolla, .68 inch in Carlsbad, .44 inch in Ramona and .74 inch in Julian.
Forecasters were expecting two-to-four inches of snow in the mountains above 6,000 feet, with isolated amounts up to six inches above 7,000 feet.
Once the low pressure system moves out Sunday afternoon, there will be gradual clearing, especially for the mountains and deserts, forecasters said.
Highs on Sunday were forecast to be 63 along the coast, 64 in the western valleys, 58 to 63 near the foothills, 54 to 61 in the mountains and 75 to 80 in the deserts.
There could be patchy low clouds and fog Sunday night into Monday.
Updated at 4 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 23, 2020
— From Staff and Wire Reports
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