Rain could produce areas of flooding and flash flooding within the mountains and deserts, the National Weather Service stated.
SAN DIEGO — Showers and thunderstorms throughout San Diego County had been forecast for Sunday and Monday afternoon, and could produce areas of flooding and flash flooding within the mountains and deserts, the National Weather Service stated.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Kay had been spinning about 300 miles southwest of San Diego, the NWS stated. A seashore hazards assertion was in impact Sunday by 5 p.m. for elevated surf, sturdy rip currents and powerful lengthy shore currents.
High temperatures alongside the coast Sunday had been predicted to be within the decrease 80s with in a single day lows within the decrease 70s. Highs within the valleys had been anticipated to be within the higher 80s with lows within the higher 60s. Highs within the mountains had been anticipated to be round 80 with lows within the mid-60s and highs within the deserts had been predicted to be within the mid-90s with lows within the decrease 80s.
Shower and thunderstorm probabilities proceed into Monday however with extra remoted exercise and fewer depth because the environment continues to dry out. Chances of showers and thunderstorms proceed to lower Tuesday by the tip of the week.
A deeper marine layer was predicted to permit for night time and morning low clouds and fog into parts of the valleys by Thursday.
Temperatures west of the mountains had been anticipated to step by step cool by the tip of the week.
Interactive Radar Map | Follow the rain because it strikes into San Diego County