Saturday was a beautiful, clear winter day in sunny San Diego, but according to the National Weather Service (NWS), there’s some rain on the horizon.
The NWS says gusty winds and light to moderate rain is expected Sunday mainly in areas west of the mountains in San Diego County, with most of that precipitation trickling in during the morning hours.
Showers are expected to linger in the afternoon, more so in San Diego than across other parts of Southern California. There’s also a slight chance of thunderstorms and possibly small hail and more gusty winds.
The rain should diminish by Sunday night, the NWS says.
As for snow, levels are expected to lower to 4,500 to 5,000 feet Sunday, with possible local snowfall of two to three inches Sunday night in regions above 5,000 feet.
The NWS says the wet Sunday weather may impact visibility on slick roadways, so motorists are urged to be extra cautious while driving.
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