Developing storm system to hit San Diego Wednesday

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — San Diego can expect another day of sunny skies once Tuesday’s morning clouds clear, but beginning Tuesday night the county will see a shift in weather patterns.  

As a storm develops mid-week, temperatures will drop significantly, onshore flow will pick up and clouds will cover the county. They are expected to continue through Thursday but beginning Wednesday night, that storm system may bring rain.

By Thursday, the bulk of the storm will hit San Diego and continue through Saturday. The storm system will be more significant than the few San Diego experienced over the past few weeks, which brought few scattered showers to the county.

Mountain areas will experience heavy winds beginning Tuesday and continuing through the storm and may even experience some snow in areas with elevations higher than 6 thousand feet.

Tuesday’s high temperatures will be 68 degrees along the coast, 77 degrees inland, 67 degrees for the mountains and 91 degrees for the deserts. 

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