Today's Forecast




    Nice, little rain early this morning, started around 3:00 and was primarily into the mountains by 7:00.  Still could see more rain in the form of scattered showers mid-afternoon, again tonight, early tomorrow then again Thanksgiving afternoon.  A pretty good burst of shower activity is on track to hit us Friday morning as well so keep the umbrella handy.  Colder air is moving in along with periods of gusty, westerly winds.

    We are expecting to dry out and warm a bit over the weekend.

    A COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY has been issued for San Diego beaches, today through Friday. The highest tides of the year, the King Tides, and a California storm, may cause low lying areas to flood.

    Wednesday's Forecast:


    Coast:  partly cloudy leading to possible showers  - highs in the low 60s.

    Inland:  partly cloudy leading to possible showers  - highs in the low 60s.

    Mtns gusty with a chance of showers - highs in the upper 40s.

    Desert:  partly cloudy  -  highs in the upper 70s.