Dec 08, 2013
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**Forecast: Sunday, December, 8th, 2013, 4:45pm:**
It was a cold day today following our storm system with highs generally in the 50s west of the mountains and only in the 20s west of the mountains. Our storm yesterday did exactly as expected bringing about .20-40" of rain overall, and 3-6" of snow in the San Bernardino and Riverside mountains, 1-4" over in the L.A mountains, although the San Diego mountains ended up missing out as snow levels did end up being a bit higher then expected down there, with only 1-3" at the top of Mt Laguna and Mt Palomar. Now as far as tonight goes there is a couple things to talk about. One is the potential for freezing conditions west of the mtns, possibly even near the coast. This may occur, but its looking a bit more likely that freezing conditions will be limited to parts of the I.E due to increase low and high clouds do a weak and cold storm system just offshore. The other concern is the chance for a few showers. A couple are still occurring this evening in the I.E and near the foothills due to increase clouds from the storm offshore, and as it makes its closest approach later tonight, I wouldn't doubt there being a few showers west of the mtns, mainly in San Diego county, and eve a few flurries in the mountains above 3000ft. Nothing major though. Lows tonight generally in the 30s west of the mountains, and upper 0s and 10s in the mountains.
As for Monday, look for another very chilly day with highs remaining well below normal. A cold Santa Ana wind event will set up in the afternoon behind the departing storm system offshore which may bring winds gusting between 45-65mph in favored passes. The cold air advection from the winds is what will keep things so cold with only upper 40s and 50s west of the mountains, and 20s in the mountains. Monday night may be one of the coldest night of the season in wind protected areas, with some 20s possible in the I.E, and lows near 0 around Big Bear Lake. We will see some warming Tuesday as high pressure slowly builds in but still chilly in the upper 50s and lower 60s west of the mountains and lower 30s and 40s in the mountains.
Looking ahead weak high pressure builds in further Wednesday through Friday finally getting temps back closer to normal or a tad below, with 60s overall each day west of the mountains and middle 40s and 50s in the mountains. Nights will remain very cold with dry air in place with some valleys dipping to freezing each morning, and upper 0s and 10s in the mountains. Looking at next weekend a couple weak storms systems will go by to our north bringing some cooling and high clouds. For now not expected any rain but that could change. Next shot of rain looks to be sometime next week. Stay updated for possible changes!
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