November 26, 2022
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Current Conditions
62°F
Wind: calm (Gusts 4 mph) Today Sunrise: 6:32 AM
Rain: 0.00"   Sunset: 4:41 PM
Pressure: 30.12" (falling) Tomorrow Sunrise: 6:33 AM
Humidity: 32%   Sunset: 4:41 PM
Last Updated: Saturday, November 26, 2022 10:37 AM
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High: 72°F High: 73°F High: 63°F High: 62°F High: 64°F High: 62°F High: N/A°F
Low: 47°F Low: 46°F Low: 46°F Low: 46°F Low: 42°F Low: 41°F Low: N/A°F

Inland Empire Weather
INLAND EMPIRE METRO: A few high clouds but continued mostly clear into Sunday. Highs near 72. Daybreak lows in the mid 40s. Partly cloudy and cooler Monday with a slight chance of evening showers.
Last Updated: 2022-11-25
Southern California Recreational Areas
MOUNTAINS: Mostly sunny becoming partly cloudy Monday. Afternoon winds to 25 miles an hour. Resort level highs mid 40s to mid 50s. Cooler Monday.

DESERTS: Mostly clear with light winds except 25 miles an hour in the northern deserts. Highs through Sunday mid 60s into the lower 70s. Cooler Monday.

BEACHES: Mostly clear with patchy morning fog developing. Highs in the mid 60s. Surf 2-6 feet. Water 58-64.

SUMMARY: As the long, breezy Thanksgiving holiday winds down, Southern Californians could be looking at a double chance of rain next week.

KEY POINTS
• 15-25% chance of showers Monday night into early Tuesday
• Gusty west winds in the mountains, deserts, and coastal waters Monday and Tuesday
• Potential for widespread rain and gusty winds late next week

Fading Santa Ana winds are being replaced this weekend by cooling sea breezes to round out the 4-day holiday. The onshore flow is setting the stage for a low pressure system from the Pacific Northwest. It will spread a very slight chance of showers from the coast, into the valleys and in the mountains by Tuesday.

Temperatures will be slightly below normal much of next week.

Forecasters are watching a more significant storm system reaching Southern California towards the end of next week and into next weekend.









Last Updated: 2022-11-25
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