Much of San Diego County was under a fire weather warning Monday.
The strong high pressure system will continue to increase temperatures, while decreasing humidity levels through early next week.
A large portion of the Imperial Beach shoreline has been closed due to sewage-contaminated runoff following several days of rain.
If you’re wondering how much rain fell on those final days of summer, 2016, here are the total from the San Diego office of the National Weather Service.
Conditions will be muggy and wet through the day.
A tropical storm system brought heavy rain into San Diego’s South Bay early Tuesday.
Hurricane Paine is continuing as a Category 1 hurricane in the Pacific off Mexico's coast but is expected to weaken overnight.
“It sounded like the sky was ripping open outside of our window,” one North Park resident said of the lightning that occurred overnight.
Leopard sharks are a common sight in La Jolla where the shallow waters are often calm and hold plenty of food.
“It’s still scary no matter what because you don't know what's going to happen," one San Diegan said of living through the hurricane.
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