An easterly wave embedded in the monsoon flow will move through Southern California on Sunday and Monday, providing shower and thunderstorm activity so read on for details on where …
At the current time, a batch of showers is moving through the San Diego County areas. The isolated area will have a chance at light rain from it all the way to the coast. On Sunday however, the northeast flow will move north as well, giving the mountains, deserts, OC/IE areas the chance of showers and thunderstorms. This area expands to Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Kern, and San Luis Obispo County by Monday as the easterly wave slides southwest of the forecast area. All areas in the region stand a chance at showers or thunderstorms through this period in the locations given beforehand.
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