Storm moves in to San Diego

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The county continues to see moderate temperatures Tuesday but a strong storm system moving into the area will bring big changes to San Diego later in the week.

A thick marine layer continues to cover San Diego’s coastline Tuesday but is expected to clear by mid-day.

Temperatures are chilly Tuesday, but right around average for this time of year. A gradual war-up will continue until Wednesday.

Tuesday’s high temperatures are expected to be 65 degrees along the coast, 68 degrees inland, 59 degrees in the mountains and 75 degrees for the deserts.

On Thursday, a storm system is expected to bring heavy rainfall to San Diego. It is expected to continue until Saturday. Mountains may receive about 4 inches of snow during the storm.

Winds will increase on Thursday as well. Mountains and  deserts are expected to receive the strongest winds but coastal and valley areas will also receive strong gusts. 

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