Low clouds and patchy fog this morning will clear out quickly to sunny skies. A touch warmer today with highs near normal.
Saturday will be another fair day with Sunday being a transitional day with cooler temperatures, more clouds and a slight chance of few showers late in the day ahead of our storm that will bring days of rain into next week.
The storm is coming down from the Gulf of Alaska which means it carries much colder air making it similar to a winter storm. A few mostly light showers are possible late Sunday with more widespread and heavier rain on Monday and a slight chance of thunderstorms. The chance for scattered showers will continue Tuesday through Thursday.
Due to the cold nature of this storm we may get snow in the mountains, areas above 5,000' like Mt. Laguna and Palomar Mountain may see an inch or a few depending when the snow levels drop. At this point travel does not look to be impacted, but that could change depending on where this storm tracks.
While the certainty is growing with this storm, it is a closed-low so timing and totals will likely change as we get closer to next week.
Stay with the 10News Pinpoint Weather Team to keep you updated on this next round of wet weather.
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