April 23, 2024

One other storm system is bearing down on San Diego County, slated to reach Easter weekend amid an “atmospheric river” that might produce heavy precipitation in some areas.

The Nationwide Climate Service stated that the broad trough of low stress is gathering power because it rotates over the northwest Pacific, with predictions for it to make landfall in Northern California on Wednesday morning, sliding south alongside the coast and encompassing Southern California by Friday evening or the predawn hours Saturday.

It was too early for a particular forecast on potential precipitation quantities, although the climate service acknowledged that rainfall and mountain snow may very well be “heavy at occasions” on Friday evening and Saturday.

In the meantime, a weak journey will transfer over the southwestern a part of the nation, resulting in the warmest day of the week Wednesday.

Excessive temperatures Wednesday are anticipated to be 63 to 67 close to the coast, 67 inland, 68 to 73 within the western valleys, 61 to 69 within the mountains and 79 to 83 within the deserts, based on NWS.

Cooling will happen by Thursday and Friday because the strengthening low stress system strikes into the realm with windier circumstances for mountain and desert areas, forecasters stated.

Metropolis Information Service contributed to this text.