A monsoonal climate sample over Southern California resulted lighting, thunder and scattered showers throughout San Diego County on Saturday evening and Sunday morning.
“Extensively scattered T-storms are occurring, with the heaviest exercise throughout northern San Diego County. Frequent lightning is happening with these cells,” the Nationwide Climate Service mentioned in a press release at 5:15 a.m.
There have been no fast stories from Cal Fireplace of any brush fires sparked by the lightning.
The climate service mentioned scattered showers and thunderstorms will proceed into the afternoon on Sunday, primarily within the mountains. Heaviest rainfall will vary from 1 / 4 to a half of an inch.
Highs Sunday had been forecast to be 74 to 79 close to the coast, 80 to 85 inland, 84 to 89 within the western valleys, 90 to 95 close to the foothills, 87 to 94 within the mountains and 105 to 110 within the deserts.
The humid, monsoonal climate sample is predicted to final by the approaching week.
“Excessive stress aloft close to the 4 Corners will proceed to convey heat, humid climate to Southern California subsequent week together with probabilities of thunderstorms over the mountains every afternoon,” the climate service mentioned.