Drizzle, Fog May Slow Evening and Morning Commutes

The National Weather Service office in San Diego said sprinkles and fog were being reported in coastal areas.

Caltrans current conditions map at 5:10 p.m.
Caltrans current conditions map at 5:10 p.m.
A cold front moving through Southern California brought drizzle and rain that could slow Tuesday evening's commute in San Diego County.

"A few sprinkles are starting to be reported, mainly along the San Diego County Coast areas," the National Weather Service said. Fog was also being reported.

The NWS predicts a 60 percent chance of rain in Ramona Tuesday night and 20 percent chance through Wednesday.

The Weather Service office in San Diego forecast the front would bring much cooler weather to the region Tuesday night and Wednesday, as well as strong and gusty winds and frost conditions to the mountains and deserts.

The commute into Ramona looks to be no worse than usual as of 5:10 p.m.

One lane of northbound SR-67 is closed from Slaughterhouse Canyon Road to two miles north due to shoulder work and is causing some slowing.

Check the Caltrans current conditions map before heading home this evening.


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