Here it comes...the next dose of rain for San Diego. Don't get too excited, it won't be much.
A cold front sliding across California to the southeast will bring a chance of drizzle to scattered light showers along and west of the mountains tonight into Friday morning. 10News Futurecast pegs the most steady showers to arrive at 9 pm and continue until 5 am. After that, there will still be a chance of intermittent light rain or drizzle on Friday, but rain totals will generally be less than a tenth of an inch.
- COAST: 68°
- INLAND: 60-70°
- MOUNTAINS: 52-59°
- DESERT: 71-76°
Another change on the way as dry, offshore flow returns Monday into Wednesday as a weak to moderate Santa Ana wind event develops. Expect winds to be less than the round we saw earlier this week. The Santa Ana Wildfire Threat Index is forecasting a 'Marginal' event for San Diego county Monday and Tuesday meaning any fires that ignite may spread quickly.
10News Chief Weather Anchor Pat Brown