Temecula Weather

WeatherCurrents: Temecula

Currently: 52°F at 4:42 AM PDT ()
High: 60°F at 12:00 AM Low: 52°F at 4:42 AM Wind: 1 mph SE Precipitation: 0.00"
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Showers target foothill and mountain communities Sunday and Monday ()
Low pressure brought scattered showers to portions of the region Sunday and Monday, mainly over the mountains to the east and nearby areas. WeatherCurrents' station in Anza was the only such station to record measurable rainfall in the WeatherCurrents network on Monday, with 0.02 inches falling there Monday afternoon. In East Highland, 0.03 inches was reported by contributor Peter Michas early Sunday morning. In San Diego County, the National Weather Service received a report of pea-sized hail in the community of San Diego Country Estates, located east of Ramona. Further east, one quarter of an inch of rain was reported near Julian. Shower activity had ended by Monday night.
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Trough results in unsettled weather Tuesday, scattered showers ()
A weak shortwave trough brought cool, cloudy weather to the region Tuesday, offering a brief break from a rather dry, mild Spring so far. Isolated showers began emerging over the region early Tuesday morning, continuing throughout the day at sporadic intervals. Only three WeatherCurrents stations recorded measurable rainfall Tuesday. French Valley recorded the highest total when a short but heavy shower affected the area Tuesday afternoon, with a total of 0.08 inches there. De Luz and Hemet also recorded small amounts of 0.01 inch each. In East Highland, a total of 0.02 inches was reported Tuesday (courtesy of Peter Michas). As with other disturbances since mid-March, very little precipitation was observed across the region. The last significant storm to affect the region on a widespread level occurred on March 7. Despite a dry Spring thus far, season totals remain well above average for the 2018-19 water year, largely thanks to a very wet February. Significant wildflower blooms ...
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Weak trough brings scattered showers Wednesday morning ()
A weak low pressure trough brought cooler weather and scattered showers Wednesday morning across the region, in a short break from the region's recent warm, dry pattern. Light showers materialized over the region early Wednesday morning. Areas to the south generally benefited more from the shower activity, while very little or no rain fell further north. Of the seven WeatherCurrents stations that recorded measurable precipitation Wednesday, the highest total was 0.15 inches in Fallbrook. A total of 0.11 inches was reported in Temecula Valley's Wine Country (courtesy of Jim Sappington), followed by 0.06 inches in nearby South Temecula. Smaller amounts were also observed in Anza, Riverside (Presidential Park), Moreno Valley, De Luz, French Valley, and central Murrieta. Cool, mostly cloudy weather continued throughout Wednesday. Small chances of showers were expected to re-emerge Thursday night, and continuing Friday. A return to much warmer, drier weather was forecast for next wee ...
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Storm Totals: March 20th-21st, 2019 ()
A low pressure system brought unstable weather and thunderstorms to the region on Wednesday and Thursday this week, returning the region to a pattern of wet weather as Spring officially commences. Scattered thunderstorms began sprouting over the Inland Empire after noon on Wednesday, with several more waves occurring late Wednesday evening and again mid-day Thursday. Due to the unstable nature of the storm, precipitation totals varied greatly. The highest two-day total was 1.17 inches in Hemet, significantly higher than the next highest total of 0.68 inches in Moreno Valley. Other eastern valley locations received similar precipitation totals, including 0.62 inches in Perris and 0.59 inches in San Jacinto. The northern half of the Temecula Valley also observed similar totals, including 0.61 inches in Lake Elsinore, and 0.56 inches in Wildomar. To the south, the typically wet communities of De Luz and Fallbrook received much less rain - with storm totals of only 0.13 and 0.10 inch ...
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Heavy showers impact some communities Wednesday ()
Unstable conditions during the latest low pressure system incursion into the region produced some locally heavy showers across parts of inland Southern California on Wednesday. Significant cell activity occurred inland just after 1 PM Wednesday afternoon, and again later Wednesday evening. Widespread thunder, as well as rain rates of up to 2.50 inches per hour were reported. The hardest-hit communities inland included Hemet, San Jacinto, Lake Elsinore, Wildomar, Perris, Moreno Valley and Beaumont (Cherry Valley) - all areas that are typically impacted during monsoonal thunderstorms during the summer, more than other areas inland. As of midnight Thursday, the highest total was 0.70 inches in Hemet, followed by 0.64 inches in Moreno Valley. Other notable totals included 0.52 inches in Perris, 0.51 inches in Wildomar, 0.48 inches in Lake Elsinore, and 0.46 inches in San Jacinto. Many of these locations lie in the eastern valleys, which are somewhat drier during most winter storms wh ...
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