Rain possible again today

San Diego County could see rain by Tuesday, a National Weather Service meteorologist said
Sunday.

Tina Stall of the NWS said, “The majority of the rain will be Tuesday afternoon into Thursday morning.”

The chance of rain grows to 40 percent by Wednesday, according to the official NWS forecast.

The midweek storm could bring 3/4 inch of rain to the area and some snow to the mountain summits, Stall said.

Wednesday and Thursday should be the only cool days, with highs only in the low 60s.

She said the weather should clear out later Thursday and, so far, the weekend looks pleasant.

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