Chance of rain for San Diego

SAN DIEGO – We end the month of November on a cool note as December begins with some rain chances.

San Diego County sees the tail end of several storm systems that will bring significant precipitation in parts of the north of us and several feet of snow for the Sierra Nevada mountains.

Wednesday and most of Thursday will remain dry, with the exception of a few showers early Thursday.

Better chances for more widespread and heavier rain will move in late Thursday night and into Friday morning.

From north-west to south-east the showers return. North County will probably get better accumulation than most places in South Bay areas.

That being said, the precipitation amounts for San Diego County are not impressive at this point. Most areas are expected to collect only a few hundredths of an inch of rain with this first wave. The bulk of the rain from this system with benefit San Bernadino and Orange counties more than us.

In addition, no snow is expected in our area.

Partly cloudy weather, mainly west of the mountains.

As for temperatures, daily highs are generally five to ten degrees below average for this time of year. For beaches, inland valleys and deserts, 60s are expected through the weekend with upper 40s to mid 50s in the mountains

Saturday is expected to be mostly dry, however some places in the north may get some showers.

On Monday night it will snow again on Thursday evening. Again, rain totals should be light, comparable to the Thursday night system.

In other words, you’re probably still good at washing your car.