SAN DIEGO - The weather system south of San Diego that we've been tracking all week made its entrance Thursday afternoon. Light scattered on and off showers dotted the County and will increase in coverage the next 24-36 hours.
The peak rain activity will be in the mountains. Showers will taper off Saturday.
Not everyone will see a lot rain with this system, but we are all going to feel the cooler temperatures. Dropping to the mid-60s from the coast to inland valleys and even the deserts with upper 40s to low 50s in the mountains. This is a warm storm and will bring only rain, not snow, to our local mountains.
- Coast: 63-68°
- Inland: 58-63°
- Mountains: 52-58°
- Desert: 66-71°
Rainfall totals will be light along the coast, just 0.10". In the inland valleys, perhaps up to 0.30". The mountains will receive the most, close to 1" is possible. The desert could pick up 0.25"
Things warm back up under mostly sunny skies Sunday with dry and mild conditions persisting into midweek.
10News Chief Weather Anchor Pat Brown