April 16, 2024
Nationwide Climate Service radar picture of the oncoming rain.

The Nationwide Climate Service workplace in San Diego reported that the principle band of rain from the foremost Easter weekend storm started shifting into the county shortly after 8 a.m. on Saturday.

“The primary band of heavy rain is beginning to transfer into far western San Diego county coastal cities, count on peak rainfall charges of 0.2 to 0.5 inches per hour which can trigger some city and low mendacity flooding by way of 11 am,” the climate service posted on X.

The heaviest rain from the storm is anticipated on Saturday morning, with scattered showers later in the day and thru Sunday.

Complete rainfall is forecast to be 1.5 to 2.5 inches alongside the coast and within the valleys, as much as 4 inches within the mountains, and 0.5 inches or much less within the deserts.

Saturday is anticipated to be fairly chilly, with excessive temperatures simply 60 alongside the coast, 58 within the western valleys, 51 to 56 close to the foothills, 45 to 53 within the mountains and 66 to 71 within the deserts.