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Weather Update

(COMPUTER FORECAST
4PM TODAY)
Periods of rain will persist through most of today and into tonight. Showers will begin to taper by early Tuesday morning. Though there is a slight chance for a random isolated shower in the afternoon, most of Tuesday should be dry.

Snow levels will range from 4500 to 5500 feet. A few flakes could fall in Julian, but it will not accumulate. The heaviest accumulations will remain above 5500 feet in the San Bernardino Mountains.



(COMPUTER FORECAST
4AM TONIGHT)
Another storm system will dive out of the Gulf of Alaska on Friday, however, this storm is taking an eastern track and should leave Southern California dry. This storm has been fairly erratic over the past couple days, so I will continue to watch it and update this blog if the forecast changes.







(COMPUTER FORECAST RAIN TOTALS)

(COMPUTER FORECAST SNOW TOTALS)

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