Rain clearing out from San Diego through Monday

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Rainy weather throughout San Diego County has mostly passed heading into a fresh week, but some leftover showers could remain through the late hours Sunday, particularly in mountain areas. Flash flood warnings remain in place for the county until 8 p.m. Sunday night. 

Mountains could also see scattered showers later in the evening Monday, though the rest of San Diego County will begin drying out after a wet weekend. The Poway area was hit the hardest Saturday and Sunday, recording 1.88” of rain in a 24-hour span once downpour began. 

Beach closures have stretched up to the Imperial Beach shoreline due to contamination moving up the coast from the Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge. The closures will remain in effect until measurements indicate beach waters are safe for recreational use.

Temperatures will be in the mid 60’s in coastal areas through most of next week starting Monday, though cooler air is expected to start the week. Inland areas will be in the low 70’s and high 60’s through most of the week. 

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