(Victor Valley)– The clear, dry, warmer weather that we’ve been enjoying will continue for one more day, then there is a chance we could see some rain on Tuesday.
The National Weather Service in San Diego is forecasting that a low pressure system will track from off the coast of Southern California into Baja California on Wednesday. At this point the track of this storm is uncertain, we might see some precipitation late Tuesday through early Wednesday.
Once the system moves through Southern California clear skies and warmer temperatures will return to the area starting Thursday. Highs should be in the mid 50s to low 60s as the storm system moves through Tuesday into Wednesday, according to NWS. Then warming up to the upper 60s and low 70s starting Thursday.
Nights will remain cold, with temps in the low to mid 30s.
Wind could be gusty below passes and canyons, so if you travel down through the Cajon Pass into Devore or Rancho Cucamonga, gusty wind may buffet you about starting Thursday.