SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - It may be time to dust off that umbrella.
A cold front swinging through Southern California is expected to bring rain and possible thunderstorms to the San Diego region Wednesday.
10News Meteorologist Megan Parry says the bulk of the showers will likely drop just north of San Diego County, but rain should make its way south by the late afternoon, possibly by 5 p.m.
By Thursday morning, commuters could see wet roads around the county from some overnight rain. Scattered showers could continue through Thursday morning.
According to the National Weather Service, San Diego was expected to receive around one-tenth of an inch of rain as the Pacific storm passes through.
Thunderstorms are possible Wednesday afternoon, but the activity will likely be isolated to the northern parts of the county.
The fall conditions should last through the end of the work week, with sunny skies and cooler temperatures in the forecast Thursday afternoon and into Friday.