One more day of 'Seattle' weather, then skies will quickly clear in rain weary San Diego

The tail of a Pacific storm will spread sporadic rain across San Diego County until mid-afternoon. Then it will stop, only to return on Tuesday evening and last until about dawn on Wednesday, says the National Weather Service.

“Now we know what it’s like to live in Seattle,” says Phil Gonsalves, a forecaster for the National Weather Service.

The good news: the weather will turn dry on Wednesday and should stay that way through the weekend.

Tuesday’s daytime high will reach 64 in San Diego. Wednesday will be slightly cooler. Then the weather will begin to warm up.

Sample of rainfall from Monday afternoon to 4 a.m. Tuesday

San Ysidro: 0.67 inches

San Diego International Airport: 0.54 inches

Fashion Valley: 0.50 inches

Sea World: 0.48 inches

Chula Vista: 0.44 inches

Brown Field: 0.42 inches

Mission Beach: 0.39 inches

La Jolla: 0.31 inches

Montgomery Field: 0.31 inches

Kearny Mesa: 0.29 inches

Poway: 0.28 inches

Carlsbad Airport: 0.27 inches

Valley Center: 0.25 inches

Escondido: 0.25 inches

Ramona: 0.24 inches

Miramar Lake: 0.24 inches

Ranchita: 0.24 inches

San Marcos: 0.23 inches

Santee: 0.22 inches

Fallbrook: 0.22 inches

Alpine: 0.21 inches

Julian: 0.16 inches

Borrego Springs: 0.10 inches

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