Rain greeted San Diegans Tuesday morning as a cold front brought windy, scattered showers across Southern California.
Cool air over warmer waters will create pop-up showers off the coast with little pockets of rain possible.
The county could see thunderstorm activity after 10 a.m. through the evening, according to NBC 7 Meteorologist Jodi Kodesh.
“Some of you might get mist today others might get a thunderstorm," Kodesh said. “That’s the nature of this storm system."
The southern part of San Diego County could see the most rain, she said.
Winds will subside after 9 a.m.
Kodesh suggests grabbing a jacket and an umbrella before leaving the house this morning.
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