Clouds will be moving through the county today as a cold front approaches our area. The accompanied area of low pressure with this will stay mainly to our North, so we won't be seeing the bulk of the moisture from this storm system. Our rain chances will begin to increase mostly after noon today, with showers likely later tonight.
West winds will increase today near 20mph for the coast and inland, and near 35-40mph for mountains and deserts.
Thursday will be cloudy and cool with scattered showers, mostly early in the day. We could see a little snow falling in the highest mountain elevations (like Laguna and Palomar) Thursday night into Friday morning, but little to no accumulation is expected. Much of this looks to taper off later Thursday as this storm system pulls away. Friday will be drier, and the weekend ahead will be dry.
We will have warmer, possibly Santa Ana conditions next week.
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- Coast: mostly cloudy, breezy, PM showers - mid 60s
- Inland: mostly cloudy, breezy, PM showers - mid 60s
- Mountains: mostly cloudy, breezy, PM showers - mid 40s
- Deserts: breezy - upper 60s