San Diego (CNS) – Monsoon dampness was predicted to bring cloud periods in San Diego County and even the possibility of showers and thunderstorm drifts, the National Weather Service said on Sunday.
A shower in northern San Diego County at the beginning of Sunday left a very light rainfall on the spot. The Meteorological Department predicted an isolated shower until Sunday afternoon in southern San Diego County.
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The additional rainfall could be a trace of only a few hundredths of an inch. The maximum so far was 0.03 inches in Montgomery Field, Santi and Borrego Palm Canyon.
The only rest of the shower this morning is the high clouds that pass through. However, showers can begin this afternoon in southern San Diego County. Thunderstorm activity is expected to remain confined to the mountains.#CAwx pic.twitter.com/WJTsCosc99
— NWS San Diego (@NWSSanDiego) August 15, 2021
On Sunday afternoon, in the mountains where there was little potential for thunderstorms, the amount could increase by 0.10 to 0.25 inches. Further north, dry weather was expected to continue, according to the NWS.
Coastal highs on Sunday were projected to be 74-79 degrees Celsius, inland temperatures were projected to be 81-86 degrees Celsius, and nighttime lows to be 64-69 degrees Celsius. The highs of the western valleys are 85-90 and 92-97 near the hills, and the lows are 65-70.
Mountain maximums were expected to be 89-95 and overnight minimums were expected to be 65-73. The high pressure in the desert is about 105, and the overnight low is 82-87. Strong ridges centered around Northern California and west-facing valleys of Mexico were expected to maintain active eastern currents over Southern California until Monday, according to the Meteorological Department.
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With the exception of the high deserts, where excessive heat was expected until Monday, occasional clouds and low levels of increased humidity were expected to help relieve daytime temperatures.
An isolated thunderstorm is expected over the mountains and deserts over the next few days, mainly in the afternoon. When a storm occurs, gusts, short torrential rains, and lightning are expected. The possible rains on Sunday / Monday are: #cawx #monsoon pic.twitter.com/9VeBGju9hw
— NWS San Diego (@NWSSanDiego) August 14, 2021
Later this week, valleys along the west coast are expected to bring a drier southwestern stream over the sky, resulting in cooler weather.
Forecasts can weaken the wind on Tuesday as the northern ridges collapse and the valleys deepen from the north as atmospheric humidity dries over mountains and deserts.
This is not the case in coastal basins, as lows develop slowly in mid-lows off the coast, according to the Meteorological Department.
This stream favors deep ocean layers and lower clouds for the next weekend.
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