The good news is the risk for severe weather is very low (although not impossible on some of the stronger storms but with model differences, uncertainty remains) with lightning and locally heavy rain the main hazard. A storm system will be traveling over the Midwest the next couple days and it will bring additional rain to central IN through Monday.
Mt. Laguna faced a 20 percent chance of rain Saturday afternoon, while Julian and Mt. Palomar will both had about a 15 percent chance, according to the National Weather Service. Highs will stay in the 80s and lower 90s through midweek then soar back into the mid to upper 90s Thursday and Friday.
Tonight any storms that develop will likely dissipate by sunset and right now going with a dry forecast however an isolated shower or two can't be completely ruled out.
Some of us would welcome the rain because while there have been areas that have seen an excess of rain with hit or miss storms so far this summer, others have largely missed out and have become rather dry of late. Morning temperatures will range in the lower 70s.
ABC News Heavy rain will enter the Washington D.C. Philadelphia New York City and Boston regions late Tuesday afternoon
The week begins with a hot, muggy air mass that gets kicked out of town by a cold front plowing through the region Tuesday.
Wednesday. Mostly cloudy. Showers/storms possible. Lows in the lower 70s. By the afternoon, highs will reach the lower 90s.
Monday will start out partly cloudy with a chance for storms after 2 p.m.as the temperatures climbs to a high of around 88 degrees. Rain showers will linger across the southeast overnight before clearing early Saturday morning.
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