Mostly light showers will decrease this morning with another round of showers for the late afternoon and evening ending late tonight with snow levels of 4000 to 4500 feet.
It will also be cooler today with gusty southwest to west winds to 45 mph on the desert slopes of the mountains.
Dry with warming for Sunday through Tuesday.
A low pressure system over the eastern Pacific could bring rain to areas bordering Los Angeles County on Wednesday with greater chances for rainfall across much of southwest California for Thursday into early Friday.
United States Overview:
Continued cold and snow for the western U.S. this weekend.
A wintry mix including freezing rain accumulations expected for parts of the Midwest/Ohio Valley.
Strong to severe thunderstorms possible for parts of the Central Plains and the lower Mississippi Valley on Saturday, with a greater risk across some of the same locations for Sunday.
Conditions to remain favorable for wildfires across portions of the Southern Plains through the weekend.
A storm that started on 3/16 and ended on 3/18 produced two to four inches of rain in San Diego County. Local flooding closed many streets. On this day a tornado was reported at San Diego - Lindbergh Field and Pt. Loma. It ripped a roof from a home. Strong winds also lashed the coast with 50-60 mph gusts reported at Newport Harbor, pulling numerous boats from their moorings. 2.13 inches of rain fell in 24 hours in Pt. Loma on this day and on 3/18.