A brief break from the rain is expected Tuesday before a cold front brings another bout of showers to the region but gusty winds will still be a factor, forecasters said.
San Diego was waking up to unseasonably rainy weather Monday from the first of two storm system that was expected to bring off-and-on showers, gusty winds and choppy waters through the work-week.
San Diego has received nearly four times more rain in the first half of May 2019 than it usually does throughout the entire month.
Some breezy conditions were expected Friday from a quick-moving storm system that brought periods of heavy rain to San Diego County the day before.
Gloomy and rainy weather on Thursday slickened roadways for the evening and morning commutes, and conditions are expected to worsen through the weekend.
Despite being in the midst of what should be considered San Diego's dry season, showers drenched San Diego County Friday morning.
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.
A major Southern California water agency is trying to push the state through a final hurdle in joining a larger plan to preserve a key river in the U.S. West that serves 40 million people.
San Diegans will battle slick roads during the morning commute early Tuesday.
It will be a stormy start to the week Monday with scattered showers and a wind advisory in the forecast for San Diego County.
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