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SAN DIEGO RAIN TOTALS: WEDNESDAY 3-20-2019 TO THURSDAY 3-21-2019

I'm going to use this blog post for a 2 day running total of rainfall Wednesday and Thursday.

**Updated 7 PM Thursday.


Barona (BNAC1)0.20
Birch Hill (IRCC1)0.54
Bonita (BNNC1)0.33
Bonsall (BOSC1)0.05
Cactus County Park (CCPC1)0.19
Camp Pendleton (NFG)0.36
Cuyamaca Reservoir (CYDC1)0.83
Deer Springs (DRGC1)0.38
Descanso RS (DSCC1)0.88
Dulzura Summit (DULC1)0.40
Eastern Tanks (ETKC1)0.24
Echo Dell (ECDC1)0.33
El Cajon (LCKC1)0.16
El Camino Del Norte (ECMC1)0.11
El Capitan Dam (ELPC1)0.25
Encinitas (ENCC1)0.16
Escondido (ESOC1)0.56
Fashion Valley (FSNC1)0.16
Flinn Springs (FLYC1)0.51
Granite Hills (GRHC1)0.17
Harbison Canyon (HARC1)0.21
Henshaw Dam (HAWC1)0.28
Julian (JLNC1)0.79
Kearny Mesa (KEAC1)0.26
La Jolla Amago (LJOC1)0.29
La Mesa (LMSC1)0.22
Lake Hodges (HODC1)0.48
Las Flores (LSFC1)0.08
Lindbergh Int'l Airport (SAN)0.39
Mesa Grande (MEGC1)0.37
Miramar Lake (MMRC1)0.52
Mission Valley (BVDC1)0.29
Mt Woodson Rd - Ramona (RMAC1)0.33
Oceanside (OCNC1)0.12
Palomar Airport (PLMC1)0.33
Palomar Mountain CRS (PMMC1)0.63
Pine Hills Fire Station (PHIC1)0.79
Potrero (PRCC1)0.36
Poway (PWYC1)0.22
Ramona (RMNC1)0.71
Rancho Bernardo (RNBC1)0.20
Red Gate Repeater (RGPC1)0.16
Rincon Springs (RINC1)0.37
Roads Division 1 HQ (RDHC1)0.47
San Diego Estates (ESTC1)0.27
San Marcos Landfill (NMLC1)0.19
San Pasqual (PSQC1)0.91
Santa Ysabel (SYSC1)0.36
Santee - Mast Rd (STEC1)0.23
Skyline Ranch (SKLC1)0.44
Solana Beach (SOB)0.26
Sutherland Dam (SUDC1)0.45
Tijuana Estuary (TJEC1)0.08
Vallecitos Repeater (VCIC1)0.24
Valley Center (VALC1)0.15
Volcano Mountain (VCNC1)0.69
Warner Springs (WSGC1)0.12
Wire Mountain (WIRC1)0.05
Witch Creek Fire Stn (WCHC1)0.59
Wohlford Dam (WHLC1)0.37

NEXT RAIN CHANCE SAN DIEGO: UPDATED SUNDAY 3-17-2019

The next storm system is now showing up on the Pacific satellite loop below. You can see that it doesn't have a moisture stream connecting from the south. This will significantly limit our rain amounts for the middle of the workweek.

Light showers will develop Tuesday night, then periods of rain will be possible through Wednesday. An isolated shower will be possible on Thursday as the center of the system passes overhead. Rain totals will generally be less than a half inch (map below).

Snow levels will range form 6,000-6,500 feet Tuesday night and drop to 5,000-5,000 feet by Thursday morning.

We could see another rain chance arriving by next weekend. I'll have another update as it approaches.



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