After a month of stormy weather, San Diego is ushering in spring a few days early as sunshine returns to warm the region.
San Diego County was inundated overnight Tuesday with heavy downpours and inches of snow at higher elevations while another, much smaller bout of rain was possible Tuesday evening.
After a few more showers and some mountain snow Friday, San Diego can expect to see sunshine in time for the weekend, forecasters say.
A weak but lingering storm system was bringing off-and-on showers to San Diego County for a second day Thursday.
Light and scattered rainfall tapered off Wednesday night but will return in a second wave Thursday evening.
Conditions will be dry and cool in San Diego Tuesday but another storm system will move into the region overnight, bringing rain and snow to the county.
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San Diegans were in store for a rainy Saturday as another storm system sweeps the region, bringing showers through the weekend.
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