The first storm of spring could drop an inch of rain at near the San Diego County coastline Tuesday through Thursday, says the National Weather Service. Inland mountains could get up to 2’’ of precipitation before the system shuffles off to the east.
Forecasters say the system, which arose in the easter Pacific, will keep daytime high temperatures in the low 60s, or a few degrees below normal. Strong winds are not expected.
The extended forecast calls for clearing on Friday, and possibly more rain on Saturday or Sunday.
Since Oct. 1st, San Diego International Airport has recorded 11.63” of rain, which is 2.96” above normal.