Series of Storms to Sweep SoCal | NBC 7 San Diego

Series of Storms to Sweep SoCal



    Expect on-and-off showers through Friday, the weekend and on into next week as a series of storms move over Southern California.

    We will see periods of no rain or just sprinkles and periods of heavier rain and possibly even some downpours.

    Morning Forecast 12/17

    [DGO] Morning Forecast 12/17
    Whitney Southwick gives you the Morning Forecast for Friday, December 17, 2010.
    (Published Friday, Dec. 17, 2010)

    Rainfall totals will vary greatly from about a quarter of an inch by Sunday to an inch or more west of the mountain. In the mountains themselves we could see as much as 3"-5" according to forecaster Whitney Southwick.

    As many as three separate storm systems are expected to roll over the county by Monday with a fourth, more potent storm possibly hitting us midweek.

    Even though these storms are coming in just before Christmas, don’t expect to see snow in our local mountains. A subtropical air mass will keep warm temperatures around, pushing snow levels quite high. Accumulations will remain above 8000 feet, according to the National Weather Service.