September 25, 2021
Current Conditions
Wind: 1 mph E (Gusts 2 mph) Today Sunrise: 6:39 AM
Rain: 0.00"   Sunset: 6:42 PM
Pressure: 29.96" (rising) Tomorrow Sunrise: 6:40 AM
Humidity: 73%   Sunset: 6:40 PM
Last Updated: Saturday, September 25, 2021 1:49 AM
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High: 87°F High: 83°F High: 82°F High: 79°F High: 77°F High: N/A°F High: N/A°F
Low: 62°F Low: 61°F Low: 58°F Low: 57°F Low: 56°F Low: N/A°F Low: N/A°F

Inland Empire Weather
INLAND EMPIRE METRO: Partly cloudy through the weekend becoming mostly sunny Monday. A 20% chance of afternoon or evening showers and thunderstorms. Continued cooling with highs in the mid 80s. Early morning lows around 62.
Last Updated: 2021-09-24
Southern California Recreational Areas
MOUNTAINS: A chance of afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms through Sunday. Light winds but 15 miles an hour in the afternoons. Resort-level highs from the mid 70s to just above 80. Clearing Sunday night.

DESERTS: Partly cloudy through Sunday. A 20% chance of afternoon and early evening showers and thunderstorms. Not so hot but more humid. Highs mostly in the 90s.

BEACHES: Cloudy but becoming mostly sunny Sunday. Patchy morning fog. Afternoon highs through Monday near 72. Surf 1-4 feet. Water 61-70.

SUMMARY: Thunderstorms that rumbled across Southern California Friday may stage an encore Saturday before the atmosphere settles down.

• Scattered thunderstorms again Saturday, mainly in the mountains, but a few storms may drift into the valley and coastal areas.
• Much lower chances for thunderstorms on Sunday.
• Tranquil weather is generally expected for Southern California next week.

Rain was scattered across the Southland Friday ranging from a few hundredths in the Inland Empire Metro area and the surrounding mountains to nearly 2-inches in the higher elevations of San Diego County.

The California Highway Patrol reported flash flooding made roads impassable in the Yucca Valley area, especially at low water crossings on Highway 62.

Friday’s storms extended beyond the Inland Empire. The National Weather Service noted it is quite rare for such strong thunderstorms that are organized to impact greater San Diego.

Cooler weather is accompanying the stormy outbreak with temperatures dropping 5-degrees below normal Sunday.

Another low pressure trough is predicted to set-up along the West Coast reinforcing the cooler air and creating quite windy conditions across the mountains and deserts Tuesday.

Last Updated: 2021-09-24
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