It’ll be a moist weekend countywide as our next storm system strikes in. But, a stronger one by the beginning of next week will pack a tougher punch for Southern California.
SAN DIEGO — Cloudy skies and misty situations moved in on Friday as onshore circulation picked up forward of our next storm system and our rain probabilities will proceed to improve all through the night time earlier than possible, widespread showers takeover on Saturday.
Southwest winds have been gusty at instances. This has prompted a Wind Advisory for San Diego County mountains.
The bulk of the moisture is anticipated in the course of the afternoon hours. Additionally, there is a slight likelihood of thunderstorms for the coast and valleys.
In the mountains, the snow degree will drop from 4,500 toes on Friday and 4,000 toes on Saturday. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for our native mountains beginning Friday night time for a 24 hour interval. If you intend on driving alongside the I-8 and Sunrise Highway, you might be suggested to use warning and plan forward.
Naturally, temperatures will drop in response to the storm system. Expect daytime highs to peak 5° to 15° under seasonal this weekend. Sunday afternoon temps will likely be barely hotter as a result of we are going to see a contact extra sunshine as we sit in-between storms once more.
SATURDAY MICRO CLIMATE HIGHS:
- Coastal highs close to 58°, seasonal norm: 65°
- Inland valley highs close to 56°, seasonal norm: 66°
- Mountain highs close to 43°, seasonal norm: 50°
- Desert highs close to 59°, seasonal norm: 70°
SUNDAY MICRO CLIMATE HIGHS:
- Coastal highs close to 60°, seasonal norm: 65°
- Inland valley highs close to 59°, seasonal norm: 66°
- Mountain highs close to 45°, seasonal norm: 50°
- Desert highs close to 60°, seasonal norm: 70°
A stronger, colder low-pressure system will sweep by way of Southern California as we head into the beginning of next week. Chances for extra rain and mountain snow will improve by Sunday night time and linger by way of Tuesday. The heaviest exercise is anticipated Monday because the snow degree drops close to 2,500 toes. This might probably be the strongest winter storm system we are going to get this year!
Wednesday will function one other break in-between techniques as a result of we’re not completed but! Models present one other storm system making a beeline for Southern California by Thursday as an opportunity for extra countywide rain returns into the beginning of the weekend.