San Diego County was walloped with a band of heavy rain on Monday morning, but the forecast shows the event will be short lived.
San Diegans can expect the rain to taper, starting at 10:30 a.m., and a chance of sprinkles will linger until 4 p.m., NBC 7 Meteorologist Jodi Kodesh said.
The wet morning was in sharp contrast to a sunny Sunday, which saw temperatures in the 70s.
The brunt of the storm band hit North County; Fallbrook, for instance, recorded just shy of a half inch of rain by 8 a.m. Monday. The county saw anywhere from a trace of rain at the San Diego International Airport to a half inch.
So will the rest of the work week be wet? Kodesh said another system is expected to pass through San Diego County on Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, but early models show it won’t be “as potent as the one that came through today.”
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