Monday brought cold conditions as a winter storm moved toward San Diego County. It entered the region Monday evening, bringing showers to most of the county Monday night with mountain snow. Highs peaked in the lower to mid 50s Monday, which is anywhere from 10 to 15º cooler than normal for this time of year.
Showers peak before midnight Monday evening, lingering into Tuesday. Light rain and more mountain snow is possible through the day Tuesday. Temperatures will continue to cool slightly into Tuesday, potentially breaking records for cold high temperatures.
A mountain Winter Storm Warning and desert High Wind Warning continues until 3 a.m. Tuesday morning. If you are headed up to the mountains, be ready for snowy roads.
Another storm arrives Wednesday, bringing rain chances through about Friday. New Years Day will clear and the first weekend of 2022 looks to remain mild.
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