Cooler temperatures not expected to last
SAN DIEGO – Drizzles of rain are expected to continue through Monday in the San Diego County area, the National Weather Service said Sunday.
Low pressure and a weak disturbance will keep the weather cool and possibly bring a few heavy showers and thunderstorms in the mountains and deserts.
However, it will not stay cool for long. The NWS expected drier air by Tuesday, which should create warm days with strong offshore winds.