April 16, 2024
Rain showers over La Jolla Shores on Saturday morning. Picture from HPWREN digital camera community

Spring showers have been falling throughout San Diego County this weekend, accompanied by a high-surf advisory, a wind advisory and potential thunderstorms, forecasters stated Saturday.

As of 1 p.m. Saturday, rainfall totals have been between .05 and .20 inches throughout San Diego County, in accordance with the Nationwide Climate Service. Extra moist climate was in Sunday’s forecast, with clearing anticipated Monday that may final all through the week, forecasters stated.

A winter-storm warning was in impact till 11 p.m. Sunday for the mountains. Complete snow accumulations have been predicted to be 2-8 inches between 5,000-5,500 toes, 8-12 inches above 5,500 toes, with a hint of snow potential right down to 4,500 toes.

A wind advisory will stay in impact for the county till 8 p.m. Sunday, with west-northwest winds from 15 to 25 mph and gusts from 35 to 40 mph anticipated. Gusty winds are anticipated in a single day into early Sunday morning.

A high-surf advisory has been issued from 9 a.m. Sunday to midday Monday, with giant, breaking waves of 5 to eight toes and occasional units as much as 10 toes and a slight likelihood of lightning Saturday night into Sunday.

As well as, a small craft advisory was in impact till 2 p.m. Sunday for coastal waters from San Mateo Level to the Mexican Border and out to 30 nautical miles, together with San Clemente Island.

Saturday’s excessive in downtown San Diego was 65 levels. Cooler climate is predicted Sunday with a excessive of 60, and far cooler temps anticipated within the mountains. Situations will steadily heat early to mid-week because the trough departs.

The deserts are anticipated to be principally sunny and partly cloudy by mid- week, with highs within the higher 70s. Partly cloudy situations are anticipated within the mountains, with an opportunity of snow and light-weight showers by way of mid-week and in a single day lows within the higher 30s.

— Metropolis Information Service