Four day streak of showers for San Diego to begin tonight

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A four day streak of rain is expected to begin Wednesday night for parts of San Diego, with heavier rainfall hitting the county Thursday.

Mid- to low-level clouds will cover coastal areas for most of the day and a marine layer will gradually increase until Thursday morning. Later Wednesday night to  Thursday morning has a chance of receiving some light drizzle but heavier storms will pick up mid-day Thursday. Showers are expected to continue through Sunday.

Rain is developing due to a storm system spinning towards San Diego that begun 400 miles west, over the Pacific Ocean.

 Temperatures are cooler but moderate Wednesday but will get cooler as the storm system approaches. Wednesday’s high temperatures are 64 degrees along the coast, 69 degrees inland, 65 degrees for the mountains and 93 degrees in the deserts. 

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