Except for a slight chance of showers near the San Bernardino Mountains this afternoon and Saturday afternoon, it will be drier and warmer through Saturday.
For Sunday into Monday, a low pressure system from the north will bring cooling, stronger onshore flow with strong and gusty southwest to west winds in the mountains and deserts for Sunday into Sunday night, and periods of showers for Sunday into Monday morning.
Tuesday through Thursday will be dry with a warming trend, but with temperatures remaining below average.
United States Overview:
Additional rounds of severe weather and flash flooding are expected for the Memorial Day weekend across portions of the central and southern Plains along with the Midwest.
Record heat and dry weather is expected across the Southeast U.S..
Very cool and unsettled weather continues for the West.
A cold storm system came from the north and brought thunderstorms to San Diego County. Streets were buried in pea-size hail in Fallbrook. “Ping pong size” hail also fell there. Lightning strikes were common. Crop damage occurred around Fallbrook from the hail. Lightning struck two palm trees in Oceanside and burned like torches. Power was knocked out in the north county.