Heavy Overnight Rain Turns Into Isolated Showers Sunday; Flash Flood Watch in Effect

The chance for rain will taper off through Sunday afternoon

Heavy overnight rain turned into isolated showers by Sunday afternoon. 

The chance for rain will taper off through Sunday afternoon, NBC 7 Meteorologist Greg Bledsoe forecasted. A flash flood watch issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) Saturday evening remains in effect for the San Diego County mountains through 8 p.m. 

After the overnight rain, most areas across the county saw about half an inch or rain or less. The majority of the rain came and went while most people were sleeping. 

Kearny Mesa, Escondido and Rancho Bernardo were among the handful of spots that saw slightly more than the average for the county. 

Sunday's isolated showers should come to an end Sunday night as the system that started in Baja continues to exit the region to the Northeast. 

Another chance for showers arrives later Monday. The County could see light showers any time after about noon on Monday.

After Monday, expect a relatively dry week, Bledsoe forecasted. The week will gradually get warmer as well, he said. 

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