After a month of stormy weather, San Diego is ushering in spring a few days early as sunshine returns to warm the region.
The remnants of a slow-moving storm moved away from San Diego Wednesday, leaving behind few clouds and the opportunity for plenty of sunshine, NBC 7 Meteorologist Sheena Parveen said.
"If you just look ahead to the next few days, I think you’re really going to like it if you’re tired of the rain," Parveen said.
Temperatures will climb as the week progresses and, by the weekend, are expected to be in the mid-70s along the coast and high-70s inland.
The warming trend is increasing temperatures to unseasonable levels -- temperatures more in line with the middle of San Diego's spring season, which begins next Wednesday.
Despite the season change, though, spring showers are possible again next week.