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WAM & DRY INTO THE WEEKEND

The big warm up continues for the next few days. Inland temps could possibly reach the upper 80s! A front will pass Sunday into Monday and push temps back down to reality. A passing shower is possible, but both days look mainly dry. A stronger front will approach the area late next week and bring a better chance for rain.

CHANGES AHEAD FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Enjoy the sunny and warm weather while you can! A cold storm system will dive into our area Monday and bring SoCal rain and cooler weather to start off the workweek. Light rain will develop Monday night, then scattered showers and an occasional downpour will be possible through Tuesday and into early Wednesday. Snow levels will start off at 8,000-10,000 Monday night. Then they will drop to 4,000-6,000 on Tuesday and settle to 3,000-5,000 early Wednesday morning as the storm exits.

RAIN UPDATE

On-and-off showers and downpours will be possible for the rest of today. We dry off this weekend with cold nights and cool afternoons for both Saturday and Sunday.

You can find the latest radar updates here:

http://sandiegoweathercenter.blogspot.com/p/radar-satellite-imagery.html

And you can find 24 hour rain totals here:

http://sandiegoweathercenter.blogspot.com/p/rain.html

Stay dry out there!

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HOURLY TEMPERATURE FORECAST

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