San Diegans may be feeling confused when it comes to the season after experiencing sprinkles and cooler weather Monday, just 48 hours after record heat and Santa Ana conditions.
The rain had a big impact on area freeways. According to the California Highway Patrol, 286 accidents were reported between midnight and 6 p.m. Monday. There are 50-75 crashes on a regular day, according to officials.
The National Weather Service says an offshore low-pressure system will continue to bring cool, cloudy weather with a chance of showers into Tuesday.
We can expect light showers and breezy conditions Monday night, according to NBC 7 meteorologist Dagmar Midcap. A wind advisory is also in effect through early Tuesday morning.