This week will bring significant changes to the county! Monday will remain mild with highs warming to the upper 60s along the coast and lower 70s inland.
Then, a storm heads toward Southern California Tuesday, falling apart before reaching San Diego. This will keep temperatures mild and increase the marine layer. There is a chance for a stray shower or two Tuesday, but any rainfall will likely stay below a tenth of an inch and it will not be widespread. The real rain chances kick in a few days later.
A larger system approaches San Diego Thursday. This storm looks to bring significant changes. Not only will San Diego receive measurable rain (which we haven't seen since October), but temperatures will drastically drop and winds will pick up. The biggest impact will be felt Thursday with chances lingering into Friday morning.
By next weekend, conditions will dry out but temperatures will remain cool.
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