Wet weather could stick around through Wednesday

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SAN DIEGO - Scattered showers hit parts of San Diego County Monday night.  The showers eventually dissipated but some activity was still seen on the radar in the Jamul area.  Some spotty,  light showers are expected for the morning commute Tuesday.

Low temperatures are expected to continue in San Diego County over the next two days.

The week will start with clouds on the coast and gusty winds in the mountains and deserts.

Rain could also be in the forecast Wednesday as a low-pressure system moves inland across Southern California.

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High temperatures Monday will be 61 to 66 degrees at the beaches and inland, 64 in the western valleys, 58 to 63 near the foothills, 54 to 63 in the
mountains and 77 to 82 in the deserts.

A high-pressure system will follow bringing warmer weather later in the weekend.

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