The core of this system is currently weakening and spinning overhead. On the satellite image below, you can see the edge of the clouds out west off the coast. A renegade shower could pop up in the next few hours, especially in the mountains, otherwise, the bulk of the heavy rain is gone. Patchy mist, drizzle and fog will persist through Friday morning.
Another potent cold front is headed this way for tomorrow. An isolated shower could develop ahead of this front on Friday afternoon, however, the best chances for rain will arrive Friday night (roughly 9 PM to 4 AM). Rain and isolated thunderstorms will overspread the area from the north.
Isolated showers will persist until midday Saturday, then we should be mostly dry by Saturday afternoon and evening.
Snow levels will range from 7,000 to 10,000 Friday evening, then rapidly drop to 4,000 to 5,000 Friday night. They could dip as low as 3,500 by Saturday morning.
Early estimates for snow:
Above 3,000: Dusting to 2"
Above 5,000: 3" to 8"
Above 7,000: 12" to 18"
Here is a map showing snow potential.
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- NEXT RAIN CHANCE SAN DIEGO: UPDATED THURSDAY 12-29...
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- SNOW IN SAN DIEGO MOUNTAINS!
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- SAN DIEGO WEATHER UPDATE: 7 PM FRIDAY 12-23-2016
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- SAN DIEGO RAIN TOTALS: WEDNESDAY 12-21-2016 TO THU...
- SAN DIEGO WEATHER UPDATE: WEDNESDAY 12-21-2016
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- SAN DIEGO RAIN TOTALS: FRIDAY 12-16-2016
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- NEXT RAIN CHANCE SAN DIEGO: UPDATED SUNDAY 12-11-2...
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