May 20, 2013
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The Heavily snow coated San Bernardino Mountains over looking the San Gorgonio wilderness and San Gorgonio Peak(11,500ft) on 2/14/13. Snow pack in the So Cal back country often resembles what is seen in the Sierras with snow often lingering above 10,500 feet til the early/mid summer months. Photo courtesy of Roger Vieau
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**Forecast: Saturday, May 18th,2013, 12:15pm:***
Look for a nice day today as the marine layer clears out as a trough of low pressure departs to our north east. Look for highs a couple degrees warmer then yesterday, still a bit below average with 70s overall west of the mountains and 60s in the mountains. Look for some low clouds and fog to return overnight but the marine layer wont reach as far inland as it did the past couple days. Lows tonight in the 50s west of the mountains and 30s and 40s in the mountains.
A ridge of high pressure builds in briefly Sunday through Tuesday with a bit of warming each day and a continued shrinking marine layer. Highs will reach to near normal Sunday with middle 70s and 80s west of the mountains and 60s in the mountains, then raise to several degrees above normal, mainly away from the coast Monday and Tuesday with some 80s and even 90s in the I.E. Lows remaining in the 50s west of the mountains and 30s and 40s in the mountains. Anoither trough of low pressure will drop down over the area for the second half of the week with cooling Wednesday, then dropping to below normal by Thursday and Friday as the marine layer gets pretty deep. May even see some drizzle during this time with cool temps for may in the 60s and 70s west of the mountains, similar to what we just saw with this last marine later episode.
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