Conditions will be dry and cool in San Diego Tuesday but a storm system will move into the region overnight, bringing several days of rain and snow to the county.
San Diego will notice some clouds start to move in Tuesday evening and some spotty showers will develop in the North County overnight, NBC 7 Meteorologist Sheena Parveen said.
Then, residents can expect heavy but scattered showers for the rest of the week as the storm system sweeps from north to south, Parveen said in NBC 7's First Alert Forecast.
From Wednesday to Friday, anywhere from a half-inch to an inch of rain may fall across San Diego County. The most significant precipitation will fall on Wednesday.
It is possible that the storm system will bring some snow to San Diego's mountains. Snow is expected at elevations as low as 6,500 feet Wednesday night before dipping down to as low as 4,500 for the rest of the week.
The National Weather Service did not issue any warnings or watches for this storm system.
Before heavier showers move in, San Diego can expect dry but cloudy, cool and breezy conditions.
On Monday and Tuesday, temperatures along the coast and inland will be in the mid-60s, in the mid-50s in the mountains and the mid-70s in the deserts.
The storm should clear by the weekend but another bout of rain is expected next week, Parveen said.