February 20, 2024 at 1:50 pm

Weather Advisory Issued for San Diego for Elevated Risk of Thunderstorms Overnight Tonight


Southern California Weather Force has issued a Weather Advisory effective from midnight tonight until sunrise Wednesday morning for heavy rain and a thunderstorm risk for the following areas;

Oceanside, Escondido, San Diego, and the San Diego County Western Foothill and Mountain Slopes.

The last part of the current storm system hitting Los Angeles, Orange County, and the Inland Empire today will come through the area after around midnight tonight.  This system will accompany some upper-level divergence (lift) dynamics along with some instability to work with.   This will create the risk of stronger storm cells developing offshore San Diego County and moving eastward through the advisory zone.

Heavy rain, hail, and thunderstorm risks will be introduced for the aforementioned zones.

This should be around a six-hour window from midnight to sunrise Wednesday morning.

– Raiden Storm –

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