Nearly a week of on-and-off rain is coming to an end in San Diego County, which will grow progressively warmer and sunnier as the work week unfolds, says the National Weather Service.
Scattered showers are possible early Monday. But forecasters says a high pressure system is moving in. The skies will begin to clear on Monday and it will be partly sunny on Tuesday. The rest of the week looks mostly sunny and temperatures will rise into the low 70s on Thursday and Friday. The average high this time of year is 65.
The series of storms and showers the region has experienced since mid-November has pushed San Diego’s seasonal rainfall total to 4.06 inches, or 2.19 inches above average. Ramona has recorded 5.66 inches, which is 3.37 inches above average.
During the two day period that ended at 11 a.m. Sunday, Birch Hill on Palomar Mountain recorded 1.61 inches of rain while Lake Cuyamaca got 0.85 inches and Julian received 0.76 inches.
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