The county won’t get a chance to dry out from the rain that’s drenched the region for much of the past week.
A pair of weak storms will pass through over the weekend, producing showers and cold temperatures, the National Weather Service said.
The first system will mainly produce showers between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday. Forecasters said San Diego will get about one-quarter of an inch of rain from the system. The daytime high in San Diego will be 58.
The second system will move ashore Sunday night and last into Monday, producing another quarter-inch of precipitation. Sunday’s daytime high will be 59.
Forecasters said it is possible that a more substantial storm will blow into the county in the middle of next week.
Since the rainy season began Oct. 1, San Diego International Airport has recorded 9.11 inches of rain, which is 3.52 inches above average. Forecasters said it’s possible that the airport will reach or exceed its annual rainfall average of 10.33 inches by the end of February