Scattered light showers continued to move across San Diego County Sunday morning, the National Weather Service said.
A few locations along the San Diego County coast received between .20 and .25 inch of rain, forecasters said, but for the most part accumulations were around .15 inches or less.
Santee North received .23 inches of rain while La Jolla and Miramar Lake received .22 inches, the weather service said. Encinitas received .21 inches while Mission Beach and Kearney Mesa received .20 inches.
Gradual clearing will take place through the day with showers coming to an end Sunday afternoon, the NWS said.
A new low-pressure system will bring a return of rain Monday night with more significant rain on Tuesday, forecasters predicted. Rain could become more widespread Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday night, but rainfall will begin to wind down Wednesday afternoon.
The snow level will be above 8,000 feet during the heaviest precipitation Tuesday and Tuesday night, falling to around 7,000 feet for Wednesday and Thursday, the NWS said.
“Storm total snowfall for the 7,000-foot level will only be around 1 to 3 inches, with significantly higher accumulations above 8,000 feet,” forecasters said.
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