Wintry Wed Weather in San Diego County Will Help Rainfall Deficit

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San Diego's Rainfall Deficit

According to the weather forecast of NBC 7 meteorologist Sheena Parveen, it is said that San Diego County is able to see between a half-inch to 1 inch of rain from the system on Wednesday morning.

Normally, the normal rainfall for February in this county is 2.27 inches but this year, it only saw 0.10 inches last month.

She said Wednesday’s rain is certainly welcome.

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San Diego's Rainfall Deficit

First Alert Forecast: When Will It Rain? How Long?

There is a low-pressure weather system that comes from our west and would bring “substantial rain” at least for one day.

According to Parveen’s prediction, the south winds would pick up in the morning and rain would drop around 9 a.m.

By 9:20 a.m., showers had moved in over the NBC 7 and Telemundo 20 studio in Kearny Mesa.

Besides, The National Weather Service San Diego said showers to occur from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., with scattered rain lingering into Wednesday night in some areas.

Midcap said showers would be widespread and spotty through at least 10 p.m., with a few areas of heavier rain still lingering to the south in San Diego and in the northern Baja region overnight into early Thursday.

Rain pummeled the county throughout the morning. By lunchtime, it was showtime for those showers -- and they brought a friend: hail.

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Wintry Wed Weather in San Diego County Will Help Rainfall Deficit

In Poway, the storm moved strongly and brought bring rain, wind, hail, thunder, and lightning through in the early afternoon. By 3 p.m., it becomes softly and cloudy skies.

By the evening, a few scattered showers can be lingered in the county with areas to the north largely dry. Showers were expected to taper off Wednesday night.

Rainfall Totals From Wednesday's Storm

The NWS tallied up some precipitation totals as of 9:30 p.m. Wednesday in communities at the coast, valleys, and mountains.

By that time – among coastal communities – San Ysidro had seen the most rainfall: 1.26 inches. The spots next in line with the most rainfall as of 9:30 p.m. Wednesday were:

University Heights: 0.98 inches

Kearny Mesa: 0.87 inches

Oceanside: 0.67 inches

Fashion Valley: 0.66 inches

Encinitas: 0.60 inches

Miramar: 0.58 inches

Linda Vista: 0.55 inches

San Diego International Airport: 0.58 inches

Point Loma: 0.58 inches

La Jolla: 0.50 inches

Vista: 0.45 inches

Carlsbad: 0.40 inches

Del Mar: 0.18 inches

Mission Beach: 0.35 inches

San Diego County Valleys:

Mt. Woodson: 1.24 inches

Alpine: 1.18 inches

Harbison Canyon: 1.03 inches

La Mesa: 0.93 inches

Miramar Lake: 0.81 inches

Flinn Springs: 0.78 inches

Thousand Trails: 0.78 inches

Valley Center: 0.74 inches

Lemon Grove: 0.68 inches

Poway: 0.63 inches

Lake Murray: 0.63 inches

Escondido: 0.63 inches

Cole Grade Road: 0.61 inches

Fallbrook: 0.60 inches

Los Coches Creek: 0.60 inches

Santee North: 0.59 inches

Deer Springs: 0.59 inches

Granite Hills: 0.57 inches

San Miguel Raws: 0.52 inches

El Cajon: 0.52 inches

Bonsall CRS: 0.47 inches

Skyline Ranch: 0.47 inches

Rancho Bernardo: 0.29 inches

Couser Canyon: 0.43 inches

Lake Wohlford: 0.23 inches

San Diego County Mountains:

 

Lake Cuyamaca: 1.70 inches

Pine Hills Raws: 1.37 inches

Mt. Woodson: 1.24 inches

Campo: 1.19 inches

Descanso: 1.12 inches

Julian: 1.08 inches

Cameron Raws: 0.97 inches

The agency said no rain had been measured in the deserts yet.

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San Diego County's rainfall in the forecast Wednesday Helps shrink the rainfall deficit

What's Next for San Diego's Weather?

NBC 7’s First Alert Forecast forecasted that San Diego will experience dry conditions by Thursday and feel a bit warmer on Friday.

Parveen also said that another storm system is swirling in Northern California, and likely staying in that region through the weekend instead of coming south.

Although San Diego County is not influenced by that second storm system, Parveen said temperatures will be cooler through Saturday and Sunday.

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