SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – San Diego County will get a brief break from the rain on Friday before a second storm hits the region this weekend.
10News Meteorologist Megan Parry’s Friday forecast calls for a cool and mostly dry day with some sun until around 3 p.m., when some rain could shower parts of the county.
Megan says the on-and-off showers will continue through Saturday morning until the second storm of the week moves in from the north, bringing with it heavier rainfall than Thursday’s storm.
Saturday’s storm is expected to be “an all-day event,” Megan says, with the peak rain activity in the afternoon and the evening hours.
The next round of rain could lead to flooding and flash flooding in parts of the county, particularly in the mountain and valley areas.
Snow levels will likely increase 1 to 3 inches on Mount Laguna and Palomar Mountain, Megan says.
A third storm is in the forecast for Sunday afternoon, but less rainfall is expected. Rainfall from storm No. 3 could linger through Monday and possibly into Tuesday.