A weak storm system is making its way over the county with a slight chance for thunderstorms this evening. A few left over showers will make for another wet commute on Thursday before drying out in the afternoon.
Estimated rainfall amounts now will range between a tenth and a third of an inch for the coast and valleys, up to two-thirds inch in the mountains and less than a tenth inch for the desert.
It'll remain gusty in the mountains, high deserts and desert slopes. Fog will develop Thursday night into Friday morning from the valleys and mountains.
A slight warm up will take place Friday, before another storm arrives to San Diego on Saturday. This storm will be much weaker with a slight chance for a shower. Otherwise, mostly dry and partly sunny for the weekend.
Thursday's High Temperatures:
10News Pinpoint Meteorologist Angelica Campos. Follow me on Twitter @10NewsCampos