Windy and cloudy conditions on Monday will make for a chilly start to the week for San Diego County, with some parts of the county facing a chance of rain.
Strong winds are forecast for the region, with mountains and deserts expected to be hit in particular with gusts, according to the National Weather Service. NBC 7 Meteorologist Sheena Parveen added that these areas could also see some wet weather late Monday.
“Overnight, we’ll start to see a couple of light showers moving through,” Parveen said. “It doesn’t look like anything heavy.”
Inland valleys could potentially see a bit of that rain, as well, according to Parveen.
The conditions will linger on Tuesday, with temperatures forecast to be 5-15 degrees lower.
The high-wind advisory is expected to become a high-wind warning on Tuesday.