Friday December 23rd

Weather Briefing

 

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Friday Afternoon December 23, 2017





National Weather Service San Diego Winter Weather Webinar 

  

  



  

·         The next storm will have moderate impact, will be quick moving and coldest storm of the year and heaviest rains/snow from Friday 10:00 pm – Saturday 6:00 am, could see ½ inch per hour

 

 ·         Precipitation 1-2” valleys and 2-4” foothills and slopes

 

·         Yucaipa/Redlands Friday night 9:00 pm – Saturday 2:00 am could receive 2” of rain, possible local flooding

 

·         Blue Cut burn area has received 5” of rain from the past two storms, ground saturated increased chance for debris flow Friday night

 

·        December 24th Saturday through Sunday, snow levels as low as 2500’, Big Bear Valley and Wrightwood could get 6-12” overnight

 

·         Cajon Pass heaviest impacts overnight Friday night from 1:00 am – 4:00 am, with trace – 2” of snow

 

·         Black ice concern Friday night through Sunday 

 

·         This storm may also include wind gusts in the SB mountains and high desert/Lucerne Valley 60 mph

 

·         Flash Flood Watch in effect for San Bernardino County of San Bernardino