The cooling trend continues! The past couple of days have brought a drop in temperatures, and that will continue through Tuesday.
A system is diving toward California. Most of the moisture will stay to the north, but Southern California will still feel some impacts from this storm. Starting Monday evening around 8 p.m., light rain chances begin for San Diego County. It will clear by Tuesday morning and totals will remain minimal with hundredths of an inch possible.
Gusty winds will also accompany this storm. Winds have already been blowing strong this weekend and that will continue through Tuesday. The strongest winds will favor the eastern half of the county.
A Wind Advisory is in place for mountains and deserts until 4 p.m. Monday, then that turns into a High Wind Warning from 4 p.m. Monday to 5 a.m. Tuesday. Peak gusts could reach 50-60 MPH.
Also, a Small Craft Advisory and Gale Warning are in place from Monday at 2 p.m. through 5 a.m. Wednesday. Choppy water is expected.
By Tuesday afternoon, sunshine will return and temperatures will slightly warm heading into the end of the week. Easter Sunday looks like it should be sunny and pleasant.
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