Updated at 5:37 p.m.:
More rain showered the Temecula Valley late Sunday afternoon but flash flood warnings, issued in Lake Elsinore and Los Angeles, were not sent out here.
But as earlier in the day, following the hard shower, the sun peeped out once more.
Submitted by weathercurrents.
A chance of showers or thunderstorms will continue through Monday morning in the Temecula Valley, as low pressure over Northern Baja pumps clouds and moisture into the region.
The best chances of some rainfall look to be this afternoon and evening.
East to northeast winds in the mid and upper levels of the atmosphere should keep cells from lingering over any one area too long.
Temperatures Monday and Tuesday should be cooler, as the low travels through. By Wednesday, however, a warming trend is predicted, with sunshine predicted and high pressure building aloft.
Today: Partly sunny. Very warm. 30% chance of showers or thunderstorms. South to southwest wind 10 to 20 mph, high near 94 degrees Fahrentheit.
Predicted air quality index is: 62.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, becoming partly cloudy; 30 percent chance of showers or thunderstorms in the evening, then a 20% chance after midnight.
South wind to 15 mph in the evening, low around 66 degrees F.
Monday: Partly sunny. Warm. A 20% chance of showers or thunderstorms in the morning. Light wind becoming south to southwest to 10 mph, high of about 88 degrees F.
Monday night: Partly cloudy, low near 65 degrees F.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy early, becoming sunny. Warm, high around 89 degrees F; Tuesday night: Clear, low of about 64 degrees F.
Wednesday: Sunny. Very warm, high near 93 degrees F.
Wednesday night: Clear, low around 64 degrees F.
Thursday: Sunny. Very warm, high of about 93 degrees F; Thursday night:Clear, low near 65 degrees F.
Friday: Sunny. Very warm, high around 96 degrees F; Friday night: Clear, low of about 67 degrees F.
Saturday: Sunny, Hot, high near 97 degrees F.
--John C. Toman, meteorologist