Scattered showers forecast through midday Tuesday

Sunday, May 5—Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will continue throughout San Diego County until midday Tuesday, a National Weather Service forecaster said today.

“A low-pressure system off the coast of Northern California sliding southeast toward Southern California will bring a chance of showers the next couple days,” weather service meteorologist James Thomas said.

Skies are expected to be mostly cloudy once the storm passes on Tuesday, giving way to another weaker low-pressure system, Thomas said.

“That system could bring lightly scattered showers, mostly in the mountains, on Thursday,” Thomas said. “A high-pressure system will build back in over next weekend which looks nice with clear skies and temperatures in the high 60s.”

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