Some light and scattered showers are expected to continue for two more days as a storm system slowly pushes out of the San Diego region, but a second system is close behind.
Sprinkles were expected to last through the morning commute Tuesday, causing some isolated spots of slick roadways, NBC 7 Meteorologist Sheena Parveen said.
A break in cloudy, wet weather could come around midday Tuesday but won't last long, NBC 7 Meteorologist Dagmar Midcap said. Cloud coverage will remain throughout the day.
Evening showers are expected to last until Wednesday morning.
The first storm system brought rainy weather back to San Diego on Monday with some light rainfall in North County on Monday. Light showers touched down in areas like Fallbrook, Bonsall, Oceanside and Escondido before the storm moved south as the day progressed.
The slow-moving storm system would linger through Wednesday before pushing towards Arizona. A second weak storm system was expected to bring showers to the coast and inland valleys Thursday through Saturday.
The mountains and desserts are expected to remain dry and sunny or partly cloudy until the weekend, according to Midcap.
No watches or warnings were issued for the week.