San Diego will get a dry day earlier than extra Pacific storms transfer into the area


A rainbow in San Diego County on Sunday. Photograph by @NWSSanDiego through Twitter

San Diego will go a day with out important rain on Monday earlier than one other line of storms strikes by the area, it Nationwide Climate Service mentioned:

“Rains will taper off at the moment, then enhance once more late this night into Tuesday morning as a weaker, faster-moving low strikes inland throughout California,” the climate service mentioned.

Monday shall be 60 alongside the coast, 59 within the western valleys, 50-55 within the foothills, 43-50 within the mountains, 62-66 within the deserts.

Excessive surf will proceed on the seashores on Monday, however will steadily lower all through the day. Nonetheless, excessive surf will return on Thursday and Friday.

Whereas showers are anticipated Monday night time, a powerful storm is predicted late Wednesday night time.

“A considerably stronger low strain system will deliver extra widespread and considerably heavier precipitation late Wednesday night time and into Thursday,” the climate service mentioned. “On Friday, largely dry climate is predicted.”


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