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NEXT RAIN CHANCE SAN DIEGO: UPDATED FRI 11/13/2015

A fast -moving storm system will pass the area Sunday into Monday. Unfortunately, the trajectory of this system isn't ideal for rain. Plus, it intensifies after it passes our area (shown on the maps below).

Bottom line: we will have a quick chance for rain and possibly a downpour Sunday evening into early Monday morning.

This cold front will also keep things cool for the start of next workweek.



SAN DIEGO RAIN TOTALS: TUE 11/10/2015

Here are the two-day rain totals for this last storm system.


 : ID :      STATION           ELEV : HIGH / LOW /  PCPN / SNODEP
 :                             FEET                        INCHES
 :
 :        ...COASTAL AREAS...
 :
 YBLC1:      YORBA LINDA        350 :   69 /  47 /  0.00 /
 FUL  :      FULLERTON AIRPORT   96 :   69 /  48 /  0.00 /
 ANAC1:      ANAHEIM            335 :    M /   M /     M /
 STAC1:      SANTA ANA          135 :   68 /  53 /  0.00 /
 SDHTB:      HUNTINGTON BEACH     5 :   68 /  53 /  0.01 /
 SNA  :      JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT  55 :   66 /  52 /  0.01 /
 3L3  :      NEWPORT BEACH       10 :   66 /  57 /  0.00 /
 LAGC1:      LAGUNA BEACH        35 :   66 /  58 /  0.00 /
 SDDPC:      DANA POINT         305 :   63 /  54 /  0.05 /
 SDFRH:      LAKE FOREST        970 :   67 /  49 /  0.02 /
 L34  :      OCEANSIDE HARBOR    10 :   64 /  53 /  0.02 /
 OKB  :      OCEANSIDE AIRPORT   28 :   67 /  50 /  0.02 /
 SDVIS:      VISTA              330 :   63 /  51 /  0.04 /
 CRQ  :      CARLSBAD AIRPORT   328 :   64 /  54 /  0.17 /
 SDETS:      ENCINITAS          270 :   65 /  54 /  0.02 /
 SOL  :      SOLANA BEACH        75 :   67 /  56 /  0.01 /
 SDDMB:      DEL MAR BEACH       10 :    M /   M /     M /
 NKX  :      MIRAMAR            477 :   69 /  53 /  0.05 /
 MYF  :      MONTGOMERY FIELD   420 :   65 /  53 /  0.05 /
 SAN  :      SAN DIEGO           15 :   67 /  58 /  0.05 /
 L13  :      CABRILLO NATL MNMT 364 :   65 /  57 /     M /
 SDNAC:      NATIONAL CITY       25 :   66 /  56 /  0.16 /
 SDCHU:      CHULA VISTA        120 :   66 /  53 /  0.09 /
 NRS  :      IMPERIAL BEACH      23 :   70 /  58 /    T  /
 SDM  :      BROWN FIELD        525 :   65 /  52 /  0.09 /
 :
 :        ...INLAND AREAS...
 :
 ONT  :      ONTARIO            943 :   66 /  45 /  0.00 /
 CNO  :      CHINO              652 :   68 /  43 /  0.00 /
 SDALO:      RANCHO CUCAMONGA  1940 :   62 /  44 /  0.00 /
 SDSBO:      SAN BERNARDINO    1050 :   64 /  50 /  0.00 /
 AJO  :      CORONA             531 :   66 /  49 /  0.00 /
 RAL  :      RIVERSIDE AIRPORT  818 :   66 /  49 /  0.00 /
 UCRC1:      RIVERSIDE          986 :   66 /  46 /  0.00 /
 RIV  :      RIVERSIDE MARCH   1542 :   62 /  41 /  0.00 /
 BUO  :      BEAUMONT          2680 :   58 /  44 /  0.00 /
 SDLEL:      ELSINORE          1275 :   67 /  47 /  0.00 /
 SDHET:      HEMET             2050 :   59 /  47 /  0.07 /
 SDTEC:      TEMECULA          1020 :   65 /  50 /  0.07 /
 SDFBK:      FALLBROOK          680 :   64 /  51 /  0.02 /
 SDSMP:      SAN MARCOS         630 :   64 /  51 /  0.19 /
 ESCC1:      ESCONDIDO          645 :   64 /  52 /  0.13 /
 PSQC1:      SAN PASQUAL VALLEY 255 :   65 /  47 /  0.07 /
 RNM  :      RAMONA AIRPORT    1393 :   62 /  47 /  0.05 /
 SGX  :      RANCHO BERNARDO    690 :   64 /  51 /  0.03 /
 SDPOY:      POWAY              597 :   66 /  49 /  0.07 /
 ALPC1:      ALPINE            1695 :   59 /  49 /  0.05 /
 SDLAM:      LA MESA            500 :   63 /  53 /  0.07 /
 SDSNL:      SANTEE             435 :   67 /  49 /  0.14 /
 ELJC1:      EL CAJON           405 :   65 /  52 /  0.07 /
 SDRSC:      RANCHO SAN DIEGO   400 :   65 /  50 /  0.14 /
 LMGC1:      LEMON GROVE        427 :   64 /  53 /  0.14 /
 :
 :        ...MOUNTAIN AREAS...
 :
 ECSC1:      EL CARISO         2730 :   57 /  45 /  0.01 / 
 WRIC1:      WRIGHTWOOD        5980 :   43 /  28 /  0.00 /  
 SDARN:      LAKE ARROWHEAD    5180 :   37 /  29 /  0.01 / 
 BBLC1:      BIG BEAR LAKE     6768 :   38 /  29 /  0.00 /   
 SDBDN:      BALDWIN LAKE      6770 :   38 /  29 /     M /
 SDAOK:      ANGELUS OAKS      5800 :   39 /  31 /  0.01 /
 SDPCV:      PINE COVE         6299 :   37 /  30 /     M /
 IDYC1:      IDYLLWILD         5380 :   45 /  34 /  0.12 /  
 NZAC1:      ANZA              3939 :   49 /  39 /  0.08 / 
 PYNC1:      PINYON PINES      4060 :   52 /  40 /  0.02 / 
 PLRC1:      PALOMAR MOUNTAIN  5550 :   43 /  32 /  0.00 /   
 JULC1:      JULIAN            4240 :   46 /  40 /  0.29 / 
 MLNC1:      MOUNT LAGUNA      5920 :   46 /  38 /  0.11 /  
 CZZ  :      CAMPO COOP        2615 :   61 /  45 /  0.17 / 
 :
 :        ...DESERT AREAS...
 :
 HESC1:      HESPERIA          3055 :   55 /  39 /  0.00 /   
 APLC1:      APPLE VALLEY      2780 :   56 /  42 /  0.00 /  
 PSP  :      PALM SPRINGS       425 :   71 /  54 /  0.00 / 
 IDOC1:      INDIO              -21 :   71 /  57 /  0.00 / 
 TRM  :      THERMAL           -117 :   73 /  52 /  0.00 / 
 BROC1:      BORREGO            805 :   66 /  56 /  0.00 / 
 OCWC1:      OCOTILLO WELLS     390 :   67 /  57 /  0.00 / 
 TYEC1:      JOSHUA TREE N.P.  1975 :   64 /  46 /  0.00 /  
 BLH  :      BLYTHE             397 :   72 /  50 /  0.00 /
 IPL  :      IMPERIAL           -56 :   73 /  56 /  0.00 /

SAN DIEGO RAIN TOTALS: MON 11/9/2015

The first round of rain has exited the region. More showers and isolated downpours/thunderstorms will be possible late tonight and early Tuesday morning. Rain chances diminish by the afternoon.

NEXT RAIN CHANCE SAN DIEGO: UPDATED SUN 11/8/2015

The next storm system is barreling down the coast today. You can spot it in the satellite loop below. Scattered rain showers are currently moving through Central and Northern California.

I'm expecting the cold front to be on our doorstep midday tomorrow. A few showers will be possible Monday afternoon, though it won't amount to much (30%).

The core of the system will then pass overhead Monday night into early Tuesday morning. During this time, the atmosphere will be somewhat unstable, so scattered showers and possibly a thunderstorm will develop (60%). The threat for rain diminishes by Tuesday afternoon.

Winds will be strong Monday and Tuesday, where gusts could approach 30 mph. Gusts in the mountains will be stronger: as high as 50 mph.

Temperatures Wednesday and Thursday morning will dip into the 40s - chilly!


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