Temecula Weather

WeatherCurrents: Temecula

Currently: 48°F at 10:30 PM PST ()
High: 67°F at 3:06 PM Low: 41°F at 7:40 AM Wind: calm Precipitation: 0.00"
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Storm Totals: December 6th-9th, 2019 ()
Moist southwest flow, followed by a relatively warm trough of low pressure brought scattered showers and drizzle to the region throughout Friday, Saturday and Sunday across the region. Storm totals varied among locations even in close proximity to each other, given the selective and showery nature of the storm. Not all communities received measurable precipitation on all days, while others recorded relatively high amounts in favorable locations. The highest four-day total was 0.95 inches reported in East Highland (courtesy of Peter Michas), while the wettest station in the WeatherCurrents network was Simi Valley with 0.73 inches. The inland cities of Hemet and San Jacinto, despite being located directly next to each other, both received vastly different amounts of rain since Friday - Hemet recorded a relatively wet 0.68 inches, while nearby San Jacinto was much drier with only 0.22 inches. In Yucaipa, 0.63 inches was reported (courtesy of Don Kramer) while in Temecula Valley's Wi ...
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Drizzle and light showers throughout Saturday, more rain on Sunday ()
A warm storm system with moist southwest flow has made for a gloomy, damp start to the weekend across the region, however preliminary storm totals have not been high. Since Friday afternoon, precipitation totals have been mostly under 1/3 inch across the WeatherCurrents network. Despite abundant available moisture, the lack of any strong lifting mechanism has prevented the region from seeing any heavy rain. The warm nature of the storm has kept snow levels rather high, above 8000 feet. Snow levels are expected to drop to around 6500 feet late Sunday night as a trough moves through the region. For Friday, precipitation totals of 0.07 inches were reported by contributors from Temecula Valley's Wine Country (courtesy of Jim Sappington) and East Highland (courtesy of Peter Michas). More moderate, widespread rain is predicted for Sunday afternoon.
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Storm Totals: December 4th-5th, 2019 ()
A closed low pressure system over California reeled in moisture from the south Wednesday, bringing rain and high elevation mountain snow to the region before departing to the east by early Thursday morning. Most of the rain fell during daylight hours throughout Wednesday, with periods of heavy rainfall in the morning and evening. Storm totals were generally consistent, with the majority of WeatherCurrents stations receiving between 3/4 inches and 1.5 inches. The storm's dynamics brought southwest flow over the region, favoring some foothill and mountain locations. The storm was much warmer than last week's storms, owing to moisture being brought into Southern California from the south, resulting in significantly higher snow levels (above 7000 feet). De Luz and Fallbrook led storm totals with amounts of 1.46 inches and 1.34 inches respectively, closely followed by South Temecula with 1.33 inches. A total of 1.27 inches was reported in Temecula Valley's Wine Country (courtesy of Ji ...
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Storm Totals: November 27th-30th, 2019 ()
Several storms brought rain, wind and mountain snow to the region this Thanksgiving week, with the first cold front arriving Wednesday, followed by several colder, wetter fronts on Thursday whose remnants continued through Friday and into early Saturday morning. The first cold front began to affect the region around noon Wednesday, and had mostly finished by late Wednesday evening. Precipitation totals from that storm were fairly consistent across the WeatherCurrents network, between 1/4 inch and 1/2 inch. Simi Valley recorded the highest amount Wednesday with 0.68 inches. Temperatures started somewhat cool when the cold front arrived, becoming much colder as it passed by the evening, setting the stage for the next cold front to arrive the following morning. Snow levels in the mountains fell to between 4500 and 5000 feet. A second cold front - much wetter and colder than Wednesday's cold front - swept into the region Thursday morning. A particularly heavy band of rain poured ove ...
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Temecula Weather Station Down ()
You may have noticed that the Temecula Weather station is not currently transmitting its data out to the world. We believe a piece of internet equipment is out, and will be able to repair or replace it on Sunday. We appreciate your patience and understanding until then.
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