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Monsoonal Flow Brings Chance Of Thunderstorms To San Diego County

SAN DIEGO, CA — An upper-level disturbance within the easterly circulation was predicted to proceed to carry important moisture into Southern California Sunday and Monday, the National Weather Service mentioned.

Radar and satellite tv for pc have been exhibiting a number of mild showers Sunday morning transferring quickly southwest throughout San Diego County. The showers have been embedded in a mass of mid and excessive clouds transferring in from Arizona. Low clouds nonetheless lined a lot of the coastal areas and western parts of the inland valleys.

Extensive cloudiness, excessive humidity and cooler climate have been anticipated to accompany this technique, the NWS mentioned.

Isolated thunderstorms have been doable and should carry a menace of heavy rainfall charges and native flash flooding, primarily on Monday afternoon.

There was a small likelihood of an remoted thunderstorm over the coastal waters Sunday and Monday, although many of the thunderstorm exercise would possible stay inland, the NWS mentioned.

High temperatures alongside the coast Sunday have been predicted to be 71-76 levels with in a single day lows of 62-67. Highs within the western valleys will probably be 76- 81 and close to the foothills, 81-86.

Mountain highs have been anticipated to be 79-87 with in a single day lows of 59-68. Highs within the deserts will probably be 95-100 with in a single day lows of 76-81.

For the center of the week, drier south to southwest circulation aloft was anticipated to restrict any additional showers and thunderstorms, confining any such growth to the mountains and excessive deserts, the NWS mentioned.

It was additionally predicted to be hotter, with daytime temperatures again to seasonally heat ranges inland. Onshore circulation was anticipated to maintain the coast moderated with occasional marine clouds.

Late within the week a return of monsoonal circulation might spark extra showers and thunderstorms into subsequent weekend.

City News Service

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