It's almost over. After several days of unusually cold temperatures in San Diego--including a chilly 37 degrees Sunday that tied a 61-year-old record--it appears a warming trend is about to make a visit.
The bad news, though, is that along with the warmth will come rain.
Dan Atkin, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said it best:
"Instead of being dry and cold, as it has been for the last several days, it's going to be wet and cool the next few days."
Warmer at Night
An incoming storm system that is expected to drop light rain in San Diego this afternoon and Tuesday is also bringing warmer nighttime temperatures caused by higher humidity and cloud cover.
As a prelude, a freeze warning in effect for agricultural areas--where some damage to avocado and citrus trees has occurred--was rescinded for late Sunday night and early this morning.