SAN DIEGO - A low-pressure system sweeping through Southern California could bring showers and thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon.
As moisture from Hurricane Rosa - now a tropical depression - leaves the region and the storm system is expected to reach San Diego County Wednesday morning and remain through Thursday morning.
There’s a roughly 35 percent chance of rain in the morning and a 65 percent chance in the afternoon.
National Weather Service meteorologists said the storm will drop over a quarter-inch of rain in mountain areas and less than one-tenth of an inch in desert areas.
San Diego is expected to receive around one-tenth of an inch of rain and coastal areas are expected to get over one-tenth of an inch.