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SAN DIEGO RAIN TOTALS: FRIDAY 10-8-2021


Alpine (ANEC1)0.16
Barona (BNAC1)0.18
Barret Lake (BRTC1)0.03
Barrett Junction (BAJC1)0.07
Birch Hill (IRCC1)0.59
Bonita (BNNC1)0.12
Bonsall (BOSC1)0.75
Brown Field (SDM)0.10
Cactus County Park (CCPC1)0.24
Camp Elliot (MPEC1)0.21
Core Grade Road (OLEC1)0.35
Cuyamaca Reservoir (CYDC1)0.30
Deer Springs (DRGC1)0.46
Descanso (DENC1)0.17
Descanso RS (DSCC1)0.16
Eastern Tanks (ETKC1)0.47
Echo Dell (ECDC1)0.16
El Cajon (LCKC1)0.19
El Camino Del Norte (ECMC1)0.27
El Capitan Dam (ELPC1)0.18
Encinitas (ENCC1)0.34
Escondido (ESOC1)0.30
Fashion Valley (FSNC1)0.18
Flinn Springs (FLYC1)0.21
Goose Valley (GOSC1)0.26
Granite Hills (GRHC1)0.17
Harbison Canyon (HARC1)0.15
Henshaw Dam (HAWC1)0.34
Japatul Fire Station (JFSC1)0.12
Julian (JLNC1)0.27
Julian (JULC1)0.27
Kearny Mesa (KEAC1)0.17
La Jolla Amago (LJOC1)0.43
La Mesa (LMSC1)0.18
Lake Hodges (HODC1)0.31
Las Flores (LSFC1)0.47
Lindbergh Int'l Airport (SAN)0.16
Mesa Grande (MEGC1)0.42
Miramar Lake (MMRC1)0.22
Mission Valley (BVDC1)0.14
Missle (MSXC1)0.22
Montgomery Field (MYF)0.17
Mt Woodson Rd - Ramona (RMAC1)0.26
North Island NAS (NZY)0.15
Oceanside (OCNC1)0.92
Oceanside (OKB)0.81
Palomar Airport (CRQ)0.42
Palomar Airport (PLMC1)0.42
Palomar Mountain CRS (PMMC1)0.52
Pine Hills (PIHC1)0.33
Pine Hills Fire Station (PHIC1)0.30
Point Loma (L13)0.16
Potrero (PRCC1)0.07
Potrero CDF (POTC1)0.09
Poway (PWYC1)0.18
Ramona (RMNC1)0.19
Ramona (RNM)0.21
Ranchita Margarita (RMGC1)0.21
Rancho Bernardo (RNBC1)0.31
Red Gate Repeater (RGPC1)0.43
Rincon Springs (RINC1)0.32
Roads Division 1 HQ (RDHC1)0.12
San Diego Estates (ESTC1)0.24
San Marcos Cnty Rd Station (SMXC1)0.39
San Marcos Landfill (NMLC1)0.31
San Miguel (MIGC1)0.09
San Pasqual (PSQC1)0.26
Santa Ysabel (SYSC1)0.23
Santee - Mast Rd (STEC1)0.14
Skyline Ranch (SKLC1)0.37
Sutherland Dam (SUDC1)0.20
Valley Center (VALC1)0.39
Volcano Mountain (VCNC1)0.19
Warner Springs (WSGC1)0.13
Wire Mountain (WIRC1)0.75
Witch Creek Fire Station (WCHC1)0.25
Wohlford Dam (WHLC1)0.37

 

NEXT RAIN CHANCE SAN DIEGO: UPDATED WEDNESDAY 10-6-2021

Forecasts can be challenging during this time of year. Autumn is a transitional time period as the weather pattern becomes more active. For this reason, computer forecasts can sometimes have difficulty during these turbulent times as we head towards colder and wetter weather. 

It looks like the computers are getting a better lock on these next couple storm systems. The first one is diving down the backside of the system currently in the Pacific Northwest. You might be able to spot it on the satellite loop below.

Clouds will linger in our skies for the next couple days, then showers will move into our area Thursday night. Intermittent showers will persist through Friday, especially early in the day. Rain will exit the region Friday night and most of the weekend looks nice.

There is a lot of activity in the Gulf of Alaska and yet another system will dive out of this area Monday into Tuesday of next week. Unfortunately, computer forecasts are trending the storm track more east. Regardless, we could still see some showers late Monday into early Tuesday. Winds will also strengthen in the mountains. Tuesday and Wednesday are looking like cool fall days with highs in the upper 60s. 

The tallest mountains in the central Sierras will receive several inches of snow. I've included a computer projection of accumulations below.

I'll keep an eye on this system and will bring updates if the track shifts.


Computer projection for accumulated snow through next Wednesday morning


SAN DIEGO RAIN TOTALS: MONDAY 10-4-2021

 

 

Alpine (ANEC1)0.42
Barona (BNAC1)0.49
Barret Lake (BRTC1)0.40
Barrett Junction (BAJC1)0.60
Birch Hill (IRCC1)0.63
Bonita (BNNC1)0.58
Bonsall (BOSC1)0.68
Brown Field (SDM)0.56
Cactus County Park (CCPC1)0.62
Camp Elliot (MPEC1)0.61
Camp Pendleton (NFG)0.49
Core Grade Road (OLEC1)0.44
Cuyamaca Reservoir (CYDC1)0.60
Deer Springs (DRGC1)0.82
Descanso (DENC1)0.46
Descanso RS (DSCC1)0.48
Dulzura Summit (DULC1)0.00
Eastern Tanks (ETKC1)0.39
Echo Dell (ECDC1)0.52
El Cajon (LCKC1)0.68
El Capitan Dam (ELPC1)0.38
Encinitas (ENCC1)0.61
Escondido (ESOC1)0.60
Fashion Valley (FSNC1)0.72
Flinn Springs (FLYC1)0.57
Goose Valley (GOSC1)0.54
Granite Hills (GRHC1)0.83
Harbison Canyon (HARC1)0.47
Henshaw Dam (HAWC1)0.61
Japatul Fire Station (JFSC1)0.53
Julian (JLNC1)0.43
Julian (JULC1)0.42
Kearny Mesa (KEAC1)0.68
La Jolla Amago (LJOC1)0.53
La Mesa (LMSC1)0.63
Lake Hodges (HODC1)0.66
Lake Murray (MUYC1)0.71
Las Flores (LSFC1)0.55
Lindbergh Int'l Airport (SAN)0.64
Marron Valley (MAVC1)0.12
Mesa Grande (MEGC1)0.52
Miramar Lake (MMRC1)0.54
Miramar Marine Corps Station (NKX)0.66
Mission Valley (BVDC1)0.04
Missle (MSXC1)0.65
Montgomery Field (MYF)0.61
Mt Woodson Rd - Ramona (RMAC1)0.58
North Island NAS (NZY)0.53
Oceanside (OCNC1)0.63
Oceanside (OKB)0.54
Otay Mountain (OTYC1)0.67
Palomar Airport (CRQ)0.59
Palomar Airport (PLMC1)0.59
Palomar Mountain CRS (PMMC1)0.61
Pine Hills (PIHC1)0.49
Pine Hills Fire Station (PHIC1)0.45
Point Loma (L13)0.49
Potrero (PRCC1)0.35
Potrero CDF (POTC1)0.44
Poway (PWYC1)0.49
Ramona (RMNC1)0.47
Ramona (RNM)0.48
Ranchita Margarita (RMGC1)0.52
Rancho Bernardo (RNBC1)0.61
Red Gate Repeater (RGPC1)0.44
Rincon Springs (RINC1)0.40
Roads Division 1 HQ (RDHC1)0.46
San Diego Estates (ESTC1)0.47
San Marcos Cnty Rd Station (SMXC1)0.52
San Marcos Landfill (NMLC1)0.50
San Miguel (MIGC1)0.56
San Pasqual (PSQC1)0.47
Santa Ysabel (SYSC1)0.47
Santee - Mast Rd (STEC1)0.54
Skyline Ranch (SKLC1)0.50
Sutherland Dam (SUDC1)0.43
Thousand Trails - Jamul (TTRC1)0.68
Tijuana Estuary (TJEC1)0.48
Tijuana R - Int'l Boundary (TIJC1)0.51
Valley Center (VALC1)0.56
Valley Center (VLCC1)0.06
Volcano Mountain (VCNC1)0.46
Warner Springs (WSGC1)0.37
Wire Mountain (WIRC1)0.57
Witch Creek Fire Station (WCHC1)0.45
Wohlford Dam (WHLC1)0.40

 

NEXT RAIN CHANCE SAN DIEGO: UPDATED SUNDAY 10-3-2021

The core of a small storm system is spinning a few hundred miles to the southwest of San Diego (you can spot it on the satellite loop below). This storm will move this way Monday and bring a chance for rain throughout southern California.

Although a stray shower could pop up in the morning, the best chance for showers and isolated thunderstorms will start in the late afternoon and then persist into the night. The rain chance will be gone by 10 AM Tuesday. Rain totals will generally be less than a quarter inch except for areas that see a thunderstorm, where totals could reach around a half inch. I've posted computer forecast rain totals below.

The weather pattern will remain active into the weekend. A few showers could pop up Friday or Saturday (20%), but a better chance should arrive by Sunday (30%). I'll keep an eye on it and bring more updates as those other storms move closer to the area. One thing is for certain: a cooler weather pattern is settling into the region for the next couple weeks.




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