Wednesday Weather

By Jack Martin on May 02, 2018 at 03:39 PM

Good Wednesday morning

We had a very interesting May the 1st, seeing the afternoon rain. A few of my friends were not thinking this would come around, but 2pm there it was. 

Rain in May. We received around 1/4 inch coastal, and the mountains had close to 1/2 an inch. 

The low is currently over San Diego area, and the rain is gone.

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/west/nepac/h5-loop-wv.html

For today, we will start out with sunshine and some warming, however, by the afternoon we will see clouds start to form over the mountains due to the heating of the day and cold air in the sky.

This may trigger some mountain rains that can also spill over into the coastal areas. If this occurs, it will be later in the afternoon.

 

Thursday high pressure builds in and temps climb to the 80s in the valleys and 70s coastal. 

Friday, we will have more of the same, with temps climbing higher. Valleys might even see some low 90s.

Saturday and into the weekend, we will see a little cooling trend as another weak system shows up. This will not affect us with anything more than cooler temps and some northwest winds.

Ok, that’s a wrap for the day.

Watch the mountains this afternoon, it will at the very least make a pretty sight.