Dec 11, 2013
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Will be a cold morning to start with some frost in some of the valleys. Temps will quickly warm up in the afternoon, a couple degrees over yesterdays levels but still below normal with 60s west of the mountains and 40s to lower 50s in the mountains. Some thick high levels clouds will increase through the day as a weak cutoff low develops just offshore to our west. It looks likely that some sprinkles may fall later in the day, more so Wednesday evening as the low gets bit closer. Computer runs are showing some light precip over our area Wednesday night through Thursday eve, mainly just sprinkles and maybe some light showers, mainly from about Temecula southward to San Diego, as well as in the mtns where there will be some loft with the low in the area. Not expecting anything measurable due to the dry lower levels, but will watch this cutoff low closely in case it picks up more moisture offshore then computer runs indicate. Some snow flurries may fall in the mountains above 5000ft Wednesday and Thursday evening, and at 7000ft during the day Thursday. Nothing measurable expected, maybe a very light dusting in a few isolated spots. Highs Thursday similar to Wednesdays. Nights will remain chilly, but probably not as cold due to some increase cloud cover, mainly middle 30s and 40s west of the mountains and upper 10s and 20s in the mountains., Friday may actually cool a couple degrees as the cutoff low passes by to our east dropping in some cooler air in its wake, with highs still generally in the 60s west of the mountains and 40s in the mountains.
High pressure then looks to quickly build in for the weekend through the first part of next week with some very nice temperatures through this period, the warmest we have seen in a couple week with highs over the weekend in the 70s west of the mountains and 50s to the lower 60s in the mountains. Its a good thing the resorts have made a ton of snow the past week, it will get them through this warm spell. Highs look to peak Monday next week with maybe even some low 80s in the warmer valleys! Classic mid December SoCal weather and expected as warm spells usually follow cold ones. Looking further into the long range it appears the pattern will change once again Wednesday/Thursday next week with cooler weather and onshore flow returning. Could see a shot of rain and mountain snow by the end of next week, but too far out to really take it too seriously, will monitor it over the next several days so stay updated for the latest!
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