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Thunderstorms Possible Near San Diego County Mountains
Low pressure centered southwest of San Diego was predicted to move slowly east across northern Baja California this weekend, bringing a flow of moisture into the region along with a chance of showers ...
The Changing Climate’s Snowball Effect – Can New Technologies Help?
Shrinking snowpack, thawing permafrost, and shifting precipitation patterns have widespread consequences. Can new technologies—and public policies—help communities adapt? It begins at the height of ...
San Diego Weather: Thunderstorms Bring Heavy Showers, Hail, Possible Flash Flooding
OK, so the start of fall in San Diego County this week felt more like summer. But on Friday, cooler temps and a chance of showers will roll in, giving us a little more of that fall feeling.
Thunderstorms Bring Heavy Rain, Flooding To Inland Empire, Mountain Areas
RIVERSIDE (CBSLA) — Thunderstorms hit the Inland Empire Friday, bringing heavy rain, some flooding, and lightning that ignited at least one palm tree in Palm Springs. The National Weather ...
Wacky weather: Lightning, hail and thunderstorms hit Southern California
The Inland Empire and parts of Orange County saw ‘torrential’ rainfall and pea-sized hail, according to the National Weather Service.
Flash-Flood Warning Issued for East County as Heavy Thunderstorms Develop
The National Weather Service office in San Diego issued a flash-flood warning for parts of East County after heavy thunderstorms developed over the mountains.
Wild thunderstorms hit San Diego County with 283 lightning bolts
Wild thunderstorms erupted across San Diego County on Friday, producing 283 cloud-to-ground lightning strikes as of 6 p.m. that hit locations as widespread as the flats of Mission Bay, the slopes of ...
Cooldown coming: San Diego County to catch break from heat
Mother Nature gave Southern California a farewell blast of summer heat this week, but forecasters said it’ll start feeling more like fall Thursday as temperatures slip back to normal.