December 6, 2023
Rain clouds from Hurricane Hillary over the San Diego Skyline. Picture by Chris Stone

 San Diego County is anticipated to get a number of days of rain later this week, doubtless starting Wednesday, forecasters stated Sunday.

Rainfall estimates for Wednesday by Saturday vary from 1 to 1.5 inches within the coast and valleys, 0.25 to 1 inch within the deserts, and 1.5 to three inches within the mountains, in accordance with the Nationwide Climate Service.

Alongside the coast, principally cloudy circumstances are anticipated by Friday, with excessive temperatures hitting the mid-70s. Inland valley areas are anticipated to be partly cloudy by Friday, with highs reaching the low 70s.

San Diego County desert areas are anticipated to see highs within the higher 70s all through the week, with daytime temperatures starting from the excessive 50s to mid-60s within the mountains.

Forecasters predict that after the storm system strikes out, doubtless subsequent Sunday or Monday, dry climate will return with hotter temperatures.

No hazardous marine circumstances are anticipated by Wednesday, however present projections are for winds to principally stay underneath 20 knots.