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Rain, wind, mountain snow arrives Monday afternoon to Tuesday morning

A ridge of excessive stress will exit by the second half of the weekend as a powerful storm system soaks all of Southern California on Monday.

SAN DIEGO — The storm is predicted to convey rain to San Diego County inland and coastal areas and snow to the mountains Monday with attainable thunderstorms within the night.

A west swell and surf heights 2 – 4 ft will proceed by way of Sunday.

A robust trough of low stress will push the ridge extra east on Sunday and excessive stress can be a factor of the previous to kick off subsequent week. We may see showers on Sunday evening, however the bulk of the moisture is about to arrive Monday. By the afternoon and night hours, heavy rain can be doubtless. As the low nears us on Monday evening, count on an opportunity for downpours due to growing thunderstorms by way of early Tuesday morning. 

Additionally, the snow stage can be excessive with this storm system close to 7,000 ft on Monday. Due to the chilly nature of the low, the snow stage may drop close to 5,500 ft. As the storm system exits east, wraparound moisture from the counterclockwise circulation of this method, we may see extra rain Tuesday earlier than we dry out by Wednesday.

As you already know, we may use the rain…

This system will transfer out by midweek with a bump in temperatures below a ridge of excessive stress on Wednesday. Models are hinting on the arrival of a weaker system on Thursday. That will convey a slip in temperatures will a slight probability for mountain showers.

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