Looks Like Rain, Again

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    A couple holds and umbrella while walking on the Ocean Beach Pier.

    A cold, windy storm brought more rain to San Diego County Sunday and was expected to bring snow in the mountains.

    “Low pressure is moving out of Central California,” said forecaster Whitney Southwick.

    The rain hit the North County first on Sunday afternoon. Winds were also expected to increase.

    “We should see 40s and 50s for lows today with steady rain for awhile turning to showers by the late Monday morning commute,” Southwick said.

    Monday's highs should be in the mid to upper 50s along the coast and in the valleys. 

    “In the mountains we're looking for lows in the 20s and highs of around 29-33 degrees into Tuesday along with strong, gusty winds,” Southwick said.

    Lows were expected to drop to around freezing in the deserts and then warm into the mid 50s.

    The threat of rain should subside by Wednesday. Sunshine will return, but the temperature will remain below normal with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s.