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  • San Diego's Thanksgiving weather will make the rest of U.S. jealous

    San Diego's Thanksgiving weather will make the rest of U.S. jealous

    On Thanksgiving, San Diegans will be saying, “Pass the butter.” And by butter, we’ll mean cocoa butter. A high pressure system will produce unseasonably warm weather, with the daytime high reaching 78 in San Diego, says the National Weather Service. The average high is 69. Inland valleys will reach...

  • San Diego could have dry, mostly clear weather through Thanksgiving

    San Diego could have dry, mostly clear weather through Thanksgiving

    A weak storm will pass through the Bay area on Monday, but the system won’t drop south and bring badly needed rain to San Diego County. The National Weather Service says that a ridge of high pressure is going to prevent storms from swirling into Southern California for the next 10 days, and perhaps...

  • Showers will hit San Diego County this afternoon

    Showers will hit San Diego County this afternoon

    A line of moisture from off the coast of Baja California is moving ashore in southern San Diego County and will produce sporadic showers into the evening rush hour, according to the National Weather Service. “We could see rain anywhere from Chula Vista over to Escondido,” said Brett Albright, a...

  • First storm of autumn may miss San Diego

    First storm of autumn may miss San Diego

    An autumn storm will hit the San Francisco Bay area on Friday but it appears that the system will fall apart as it drifts south, denying San Diego much-needed rain. The National Weather Service initially thought that the system would strong enough to soak Southern California, where the wild lands...

  • Are long-range forecasts washed up? Your turn to predict rainfall

    Are long-range forecasts washed up? Your turn to predict rainfall

    Long-range weather forecasters have been striking out lately. Two years ago, they whiffed on El Niño, which was supposed to be a “monster” that would drench California and end four years of drought. Instead, the El Niño of 2015-16 turned out to be a mouse, and the drought dragged on. Last year,...

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