February 22, 2024
Rain fell steadily in San Diego all through the day. Picture by Chris Stone

Moisture from the remnants of Tropical Storm Eugene was predicted to maneuver northward throughout San Diego County Wednesday into Thursday sustaining extra humid circumstances with inland areas not as sizzling, the Nationwide Climate Service mentioned.

A slight probability of showers and thunderstorms was probably by means of Thursday with the larger possibilities for thunderstorms within the mountains every afternoon, forecasters mentioned.

Slowly drier and hotter climate was anticipated for Friday and Saturday, then larger drying and warming for Sunday by means of the center of subsequent week with harmful warmth returning to the decrease deserts by the center of subsequent week.

Alongside the coast Wednesday, it was anticipated to be partly cloudy with excessive temperatures from 73 to 78 levels, the NWS mentioned. Inland areas had been predicted to be partly cloudy with highs of 79. It ought to be partly cloudy within the mountains with highs from 77 to 87. The deserts had been anticipated to be partly cloudy with highs from 100 to 105.

There was a ten% to twenty% probability of showers and 5% probability of thunderstorms over the coastal waters late Wednesday morning into Thursday. No hazardous marine climate was anticipated Friday by means of early subsequent week.

There was a 5% probability of thunderstorms on the seashores Wednesday and Thursday. Beachgoers ought to instantly search shelter if lightning happens.

–Metropolis Information Service