Cooler weather, morning drizzle and a chance of afternoon showers are in the forecast for Labor Day weekend in San Diego County.
“Tropical moisture will continue to stream into SoCal,” the National Weather Service said, “bringing continued chances for showers and thunderstorms through the weekend.”
Meteorologists listed the chance of showers Sunday at 20% in most areas of the county.
Highs Sunday will be 72 to 76 along the coast, 75 to 80 in the valleys, 71 to 81 in the mountains and 94 to 99 in the deserts.
A heavy marine later was expected throughout the weekend, continuing into next week.
“More cloud cover is expected over and west of the mountains through Monday, though the shower and thunderstorm chances will significantly decrease after Sunday,” the weather service said.
Updated at 9:20 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 2, 2023