Light to locally moderate rain is expected to continue across all areas of San Diego County through Tuesday morning, potentially affecting some travel conditions, according to the National Weather Service.
Temperatures on Tuesday will mostly be slightly below normal for this time of year. A warming trend will begin Wednesday, with temperatures expected to increase several degrees by Thursday in the 70s at lower elevations.
Highs on Tuesday are forecast to be around 64 near the coast, 64 in the
western valleys, 55 to 60 near the foothills, 50 to 57 in the mountains and 70 to 75 in the deserts.
Elevated surf is forecast to persists through Tuesday due to an ongoing westerly swell at county beaches, creating some hazardous conditions including elevated risks for rip currents.
Santa Ana winds are predicted to pick up Thursday and persist through Saturday. The highest gusts of 45-55 mph will likely occur on Saturday, primarily in coastal slopes and foothills as well as below mountain passes, NWS said.