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UPDATE ON WEEKEND STORM SYSTEM IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

I'm about a week late in posting this, but I've been insanely busy at the brewery training for my new position.

Showers should arrive early tomorrow morning, then we will see periods of moderate to heavy rain in the afternoon and evening. The chance for rain will persist into Sunday, but showers will be more widely scattered as the trough axis (storm's core) shifts east. An isolated shower could linger into Monday, but most of the rain will be gone.

Rain totals will be impressive with this system. Most of San Diego County could see 1 to 2" with higher amounts in the mountains.


Snow levels will start at 5000 to 7000 feet early Saturday. They will then drop to 4000 to 5000 feet Saturday night. Snow levels could dip as low as 3000 to 4000 feet on Sunday. Accumulations will be impressive with this system. Big Bear down to Mount Laguna could see around 6 to 12" of new snow!


This is going to be a massive snow storm for the Central Sierra. Check out these snow totals!


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