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SAN DIEGO RAIN TOTALS & WEATHER UPDATE: 5 PM FRIDAY 5/15/2015

Most of the rain has now moved east of the area. A stray renegade shower could still pop up in the next couple hours, otherwise, we will stay dry through the weekend.

The weather pattern looks cool and somewhat unsettled through next week. We could see one or two quick rain chances, so I will continue to bring updates.


SAN DIEGO RAIN TOTALS & WEATHER UPDATE: 10 AM FRIDAY 5/15/2015

10 AM to 4 PM
Scattered showers and isolated downpours will move across the area. I can't completely rule out a rumble of thunder as well. The highest rain totals will reside in the southern half of San Diego County, near the core of the storm system.

5 PM to 9 PM
Rain starts to taper. A lingering shower or two will be possible, especially in the mountains. However, the bulk of the rain will continue to migrate east this evening and we will remain dry for the weekend.

Here are the storm totals for rainfall so far with this system. I'll have another update later this evening.




SAN DIEGO RAIN TIMELINE: UPDATED 12 PM THURSDAY 5/14

3 PM Thursday to 1 AM Friday
Widely scattered showers are headed this way for the afternoon and evening. An isolated downpour could be embedded within this initial push of rain.

2 AM Friday to 3 PM Friday
The core of the storm system will move overhead tonight and Friday morning. This will bring a better chance for heavier rain and isolated thunderstorms.

4 PM Friday to 11 PM
The bulk of the rain will push east with a lingering isolated shower still possible into the early evening. We will then remain dry for the weekend with variable clouds and cool conditions.

NEXT RAIN CHANCE SAN DIEGO: UPDATED 11 AM WEDNESDAY 5/13

Periods of rain will be likely Thursday into Friday as a storm system passes the region. Intermittent showers will be possible Thursday, especially in the afternoon and evening. The core of the system will move overhead on Friday. This will bring the potential for heavier rains and isolated thunderstorms. Rain totals will vary from 0.5 to 1.5" with the highest amounts in the mountains.

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