Wet roads greeted San Diegans for the morning commute on Thursday as the second in a series of winter storms dumped rain on many parts of the county.
The National Weather Service said the showers will be ending this morning with just a few showers lingering along the coastal mountain slopes this afternoon.
Additional rainfall amounts will be light, according to the NWS.
The storm responsible for the rainfall has brought cooler weather to the region with slightly below-average temperatures expected through Friday.
A band of rain will go through mostly before 11 a.m., according to NBC 7 Meteorologist Jodi Kodesh.
"Sunshine taking over as we head into this afternoon," Kodesh said.
Flood advisories were in place for parts of Northern California as a winter storm that dumped snow in the Sierra Nevada brings thunderstorms to lower elevations.
Some mountain areas could get up to 5 feet of snow.