San Diegans woke Monday to a cold winter storm bringing rain and some snow in parts of San Diego County.
The scattered showers were expected before noon with much cooler temperatures forecast for the rest of the day.
People living along the coastline and in the valleys will see highs of just 59 degrees according to NBC 7 meteorologist Jodi Kodesh.
Our local mountains are under a winter weather advisory through noon with up to 4 inches of snow possible above 4500 feet.
As a result, drivers could experience blowing snow. It's suggested travelers use caution in higher elevations.