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NEXT RAIN CHANCE IN SAN DIEGO: UPDATED SATURDAY 1/17/2015

An upper level ridge in the jet stream is going to govern our weather for the next couple weeks. You can spot it on the map below, indicated by the big red blob.



This ridge will briefly weaken around Wednesday (1/21) of the upcoming workweek.We will see some clouds as a weak system passes overhead, however, the air will be bone dry. In other words, the chances for rain are very slim.

The ridge will strengthen heading into next weekend (notice the red area on the map below), which means more dry and warm weather. If the ridge drifts far enough north into the Gulf of Alaska, then we could possibly see a system sneak underneath. Otherwise, it appears that we will remain mostly dry for the rest of January.


SAN DIEGO RAIN TOTALS: SUNDAY 1/11/2015



WEATHER UPDATE: 9 AM SUNDAY 1/11/2015

Inland and coastal showers should slowly taper over the next several hours. The chance for rain in the mountains will linger into the evening. I'll post rain totals once the rain has completely exited the region.

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HOURLY TEMPERATURE FORECAST

COAST INLAND

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