A deep marine layer hovered over San Diego Sunday bringing cloudy conditions and cooler temperatures.
Drizzle overnight and some measurable rain fall was expected to taper off before noon.
While the rest of the day looks drier, don't expect a lot of sunshine.
“Your outdoor plans are safe,” said NBC 7 Meteorologist Greg Bledsoe. “Sunshine is a different factor.”
The clouds will be stubborn for most of the county Sunday, Bledsoe said.
There was also a chance for a thunderstorm in the mountains east of San Diego Sunday afternoon.
Memorial Day should see a little more afternoon sun, and then a warming trend for the rest of the week.
Read the forecast here.