SAN DIEGO - A weak ridge of high pressure will influence our weather one more day. Enjoy clearing sky and temperatures climbing to above average.
Clouds will enter the picture on Friday in advance of a big shift in our weather. By Friday night a large late season spring storm moves across the state, but this one could get close enough to bring us a little rain and even snow early Saturday morning. Computer models are indicating the possibility of a tenth of an inch of rain at the coast, while inland and foothill areas could receive a quarter inch. In the mountains, rainfall accumulation could amount to half an inch. Above 5000 feet, a few inches of snow may fall.
Sunday into next week, a warming trend will take temperatures close to 90 degrees inland. What a change!
10News Weather Anchor Pat Brown