SAN DIEGO –San Diego County is predicted to face the third storm of the new yr starting Monday — though it appears the brunt of the rain occasion can be targeted on the Los Angeles area.
Most coastal, inland and mountain areas have been predicted to see one inch to at least one-and-a-half inches of rain on Monday and Tuesday, in response to the National Climate Service. Snow will probably be potential solely at the very highest peaks in the county, at elevations above 6,000 ft.
Rainfall totals might attain as excessive as two inches in some sections of the Los Angeles area. The hills west of the Temecula Valley and north of Fallbrook — reaching into San Diego County — might additionally see rainfall amounts that prime.
Saturday’s storm already dropped anyplace from around a tenth of an inch to an almost a full inch of rain on the San Diego space. San Diego Worldwide Airport saw about 0.forty three of an inch of rain, bringing its complete for the season as much as 5.73 inches — round two inches above common for this time of yr. An area near Escondido recorded 0.fifty four of an inch of rain, and La Mesa saw 0.three of an inch.
A more critical storm, with widespread average to heavy rain and heavy mountain snow, is predicted to roll in on Wednesday and Thursday.
Temperatures have been predicted to hover within the upper-50s to mid-60s via most costal and inland-valley areas via next weekend.