March 22, 2023
Current Conditions
Wind: calm (Gusts 9 mph) Today Sunrise: 6:52 AM
Rain: 0.00"   Sunset: 7:02 PM
Pressure: 29.81" (rising) Tomorrow Sunrise: 6:50 AM
Humidity: 87%   Sunset: 7:02 PM
Last Updated: Tuesday, March 21, 2023 10:48 PM
Riverside Seven Day Planner
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High: 57°F High: 54°F High: 59°F High: 62°F High: 60°F High: 63°F High: N/A°F
Low: 47°F Low: 45°F Low: 45°F Low: 44°F Low: 42°F Low: 41°F Low: N/A°F

Inland Empire Weather
INLAND EMPIRE METRO: Showers Wednesday diminishing to 20 percent by Wednesday night. Otherwise, becoming partly cloudy with lighter winds. Highs through Thursday in the 50s. Daybreak lows in the mid 40s. Mostly sunny and a little warmer Saturday and Sunday.
Last Updated: 2023-03-21
Southern California Recreational Areas
MOUNTAINS: Flood Watch through Wednesday afternoon. Winter Storm Warning until early Thursday. Snow or rain Wednesday afternoon with additional accumulations of 3-13 inches. Partly cloudy Thursday clearing and colder Thursday night. Resort-level highs from 28 into the 40s.

DESERTS: Partly cloudy Wednesday with a slight chance of rain. Winds decreasing. Partly cloudy Thursday and Friday. Highs from the 50s into the 70s.

BEACHES: Showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms Wednesday. Partly cloudy Thursday and Friday. Highs around 58. Slightly warmer by Friday. Surf 3-7 feet. Water 54-59.

SUMMARY: The Winter of 2022-23 seems to be on extended play as Pacific storms continue to pummel Southern California.

• Strong winds from the coast to the deserts through Wednesday
• Rain and mountain snow showers ending by early Thursday
• Snow levels between 4000 and 5500 feet
• High surf and strong rip currents at the beaches

The latest atmospheric river is keeping Southern California awash in heavy rain and a fresh blanket of snow as residents try to cope with the consequences.

Tuesday’s onslaught followed a brief afternoon respite but resumed before nightfall. Rain and snowfall amounts are impressive and spelled a new round of travel troubles particularly in and around the San Bernardino Mountains. (see Top Story)

Mother Nature is paying no attention to the calendar as the advent of spring on Monday featured a continuation of storms rolling in off the Pacific. Several more inches of rain and snow have slowed clean-up and repairs from the earlier storms.

A few lingering showers later Wednesday will mark the cancellation of storm watches and warnings. By Thursday and into the weekend, the Southland will be on the dry and breezy side. Temperatures may turn a tad warmer.

Satellite images of the Pacific suggest the chance of more precipitation in Southern California the early or middle part of next week.

Longer-range forecast models continue to advertise below-normal temperatures and above-normal precipitation for the Southland into early April. So, while the calendar now reads spring, it looks like winter's not over yet.

Last Updated: 2023-03-21
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