Areas of drizzle and light showers will continue Saturday across much of San Diego County with a deeper marine layer locked in place, forecasters said.

The county received less than a quarter of an inch of rain overnight, according to the National Weather Service in San Diego.

Partial clearing west of the mountains are expected later Saturday with below-normal temperatures, the NWS said.

Windy conditions across the mountains and deserts will continue Saturday night and then again Sunday night, primarily with gusts 30-45 mph, forecasters said.

Night and morning low clouds will prevail into Sunday with cool temperatures and a mix of sun and clouds for all areas.

“The weak system impacting the area Monday will depart Tuesday and leave some much more California-like weather in its wake,” forecasters said.

Temperatures will be above normal starting Wednesday into next weekend.

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