Pat's Forecast: A Couple Days to Dry Out

SAN DIEGO - Colder tonight especially in the mountains where the mercury will plummet as low as 31 degrees.  Burrr...

There's still a slight chance of a light shower through Thursday morning, but for the most part, this latest generous rainstorm has moved on into Arizona and beyond.

2-Day Totals:

  • Lake Cuyamaca 1.55"  -  the second highest total in all of San Diego, Orange, San Bernardino &                                               Riverside counties!
  • Julian 1.25"  - the fifth highest total!
  • Point Loma 0.98"
  • Ramona 0.91"
  • Alpine 0.88"
  • Lindbergh Field 0.84"
  • Santee 0.83"
  • Rancho Bernardo 0.81"
  • La Mesa 0.79"
  • Carlsbad 0.63"
  • Fashion Valley 0.62"
  • Del Mar 0.61"
  • Escondido 0.60"
  • Poway 0.50"
  • Fallbrook 0.40"
  • Vista 0.37"
  • Palomar Mountain at Observatory 0.59"

Snow Totals:

  • Mountain High: 8 - 10"
  • Big Bear: 5-7"
  • Mt. Laguna: 0.5 - 1"
  • Palomar Mountain 0.5"

Winter Weather Advisory continues through 8 p.m. for areas above 6000' for slick roads and poor driving conditions.

Still cool on Thursday, under partly sunny sky...should be a beautiful day!

Thursday's Temperatures:

  • Coast: 63°
  • Inland: 53-62°
  • Mountains: 47-54°
  • Desert: 63-68°

Most of Friday will be dry and partly cloudy with another slight chance of showers Friday night into Saturday morning.  By Monday, we'll enjoy temperatures back in the 70s west and east of the mountains.  By Tuesday, some inland valleys will even hit 80 under high pressure.  Merry Christmas!

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10News Weather Anchor Pat Brown

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