Stormy weather should be gone --at least for today--from San Diego County, but clouds may return Saturday and Sunday, when another low-pressure system travels into Southern California.
The air began to dry and sunshine returned Thursday as the moisture-laden low-pressure system that brought rain throughout the county this week moved east.
A weak ridge of high pressure is expected to roll in today, according to the National Weather Service, generating seasonable weather and sunny skies on the penultimate day of summer.
The fifth low-pressure system in a summer series is moving down from the Pacific Northwest and is expected to center west of Santa Barbara on Saturday, influencing San Diego in the form of clouds and slightly cooler temperatures. This weekend's low-pressure system, however, is expected to be weaker, packing less moisture than the last. No rain is expected.