Monday morning, San Diegans woke up to frost on their windshields and highs in the 30s and lows in the 40s throughout the county.
The frost advisory issued for Sunday night continues into Tuesday according to the National Weather Service.
A record low was broken in Ramona Monday when temperatures dipped to 28.
But the frost is only half the story. Most San Diegans will be talking about the snow in our mountains.
In Poway, near the trailhead of Iron Mountain, drivers were pulling over to see the snow-covered mountains as snow dropped to about 1,000 feet over the weekend.
Julian Union School District students will have an extra day to enjoy the snow. Superintendent Kevin Ogden announced Sunday that all elementary, middle and high school students in the district will have a snow day Monday.
It is first instruction cancellation due to snow since last February.
Expect sunny skies Monday afternoon according to forecaster Whitney Southwick. The snow will melt away over the next few days, he said.
The weekend storms caused the Lake Hodges Dam to overflow for the first time in six years, according to our media partners at the North County Times.
Drivers stopped along the Del Dios Highway Sunday to see the water going down the gorge.