(Victor Valley) – The ridge of high pressure that has been giving us a preview of summer with hot temperatures and very little wind will continue to weaken through tomorrow. Then we’ll start to cool down ahead of a big change in by mid-week.
The National Weather Service in San Diego says that a late season storm will impact the area beginning Wednesday. There is a chance of rain and thunderstorms, especially when the heaviest part of the storm moves through later in the day on Wednesday.
We could see rain amounts of less than a half inch in the desert into Thursday. Snow levels should remain high, only affecting the higher elevations of the mountain areas.
Rain should taper off by Thursday night or early Friday. It should be dry and a little warmer for next weekend.