SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - We are in store for another dry and comfortable Fall day on Monday, but more rain is expected by middle of the week.
Temperatures will gradually improve through Tuesday, but the chilly air in the mountains will take a bit longer to shake off. Temperatures along the coast and inland will average in the mid to upper 60s.
A high surf advisory has been issued for Monday, starting at 10 a.m., lasting until Tuesday at 10 a.m. Dangerous water conditions, including high rip current risk is expected.
Our next storm will spread rain from Los Angeles to the Bay area, before gradually moving south and then east across southern California by Tuesday night. Wednesday will have the best chance for widespread rainfall, although snow levels will stay high at about 7,000 feet.
We dry out Thursday with another chance of rain expected Friday into Saturday. Active weather set to continue as we head into December.
Stay with the 10News Pinpoint Weather Team for updates, storm totals, and live storm tracking; we have you covered ahead and during the storm.