SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Forecasters expect San Diego to receive about one-half inch of rain this weekend, with rainfall likely Friday night into Saturday.
According to the National Weather Service , low pressure over Southern California will tap into moisture from Tropical Storm Sergio.
Rain is expected to continue through Sunday morning.
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Sergio also continues to bring elevated surf to San Diego's coastline, increasing the danger of possible rip currents. A Beach Hazards Statement is in effect through 6 p.m. Friday, with waves expected to reach 3 to 8 feet, the great impact along southwest facing beaches in the North County.
Flooding in low-lying areas may be a concern for some areas and thunderstorms could develop.
A mild Santa Ana event may follow the weekend's wet forecast.