Temecula Weather

WeatherCurrents: Temecula

Currently: 63°F at 1:28 PM PDT ()
High: 64°F at 1:16 PM Low: 54°F at 12:23 AM Wind: 7 mph SW Precipitation: 0.00"
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Light rain possible Wednesday, another storm due early next week ()
A deep marine layer and low pressure is bringing patchy drizzle and light rain to the region Wednesday through Thursday morning, following a warm Santa Ana Wind event earlier in the week. While no measurable precipitation has been observed at any of the active WeatherCurrents stations as of mid-day Wednesday, sprinkles and patchy drizzle have fallen in parts of the Temecula Valley and nearby foothills. A 30 percent chance of precipitation remains through Southern California west of the mountains through Thursday morning, before a weak ridge forms over the weekend, while temperatures are expected to remain cool. An additional, potentially stronger Pacific storm with widespread rainfall and mountain snow is possible early next week. The intensity of the storm remains uncertain at this time, as computer forecast models have varied between the storm track and associated moisture in recent runs. The latest iteration of computer forecast models have indicated much wetter conditions wit ...
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Patchy drizzle Tuesday morning as low pressure brings an end to heat spell ()
A warm dry spell that had taken hold of the region since late March was finally put to an end Monday as low pressure over the Great Basin brought gloomy weather, cool temperatures, a deep marine layer and patchy drizzle Tuesday. While the majority of communities failed to record any measurable precipitation as of Tuesday evening, WeatherCurrents stations in Moreno Valley and Riverside (Orangecrest) both recorded small amounts of 0.03 and 0.02 inches, respectively. In East Highland, a higher total of 0.12 inches had been reported as of Tuesday afternoon (courtesy of Peter Michas), while 0.04 inches was reported in nearby Yucaipa (courtesy of Don Kramer). Trace amounts of precipitation, while not measurable, were observed in Murrieta and Temecula. Small chances of precipitation remained possible through Wednesday morning west of the mountains, particularly along the coastal mountain slopes. Drier, warmer weather is forecast to return to the region beginning Thursday and into the w ...
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Trough brings light showers to parts of region ()
A low pressure system arrived to the region Thursday with scattered light showers inland, and gusty winds in the mountains and deserts. This continued into Friday morning before departing the region. Seven WeatherCurrents stations recorded measurable rainfall as of Friday evening. Amounts ranged from 0.11 inches in South Fallbrook to 0.01 inch in Pinon Hills. Measurable precipitation tended to only appear in southwestern Riverside County, around the Temecula Valley and nearby areas. De Luz and Fallbrook, as is typical, were the wettest locations. In Temecula Valley's Wine Country, 0.08 inches was reported (courtesy of Jim Sappington) as well as a total of 0.05 inches in East Highland (courtesy of Peter Michas). Rain also measured in Anza, well to the east of the Inland Empire. Onshore flow is due to be replaced by offshore flow Saturday, as temperatures increase through Monday. Here are the rain totals for the WeatherCurrents network and associates: ...
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Isolated showers and thunderstorms in some areas Tuesday ()
A low pressure system from the north brought patches of showers, thunderstorms, and generally unsettled weather to the region Tuesday. Any precipitation was mostly limited to the mountains and foothills. West of the mountains, conditions alternated between mostly cloudy and almost completely sunny frequently throughout the day Tuesday. As of Tuesday night, WeatherCurrents' station in Anza received the most rain with 0.26 inches recorded there, most of it during the evening. Lake Elsinore recorded 0.09 inches, and while the total is not considered accurate due to a malfunctioning rain gauge there, the total indicates that at least some measurable precipitation did fall there Tuesday. WeatherCurrents's stations in De Luz and East Hemet also recorded smaller totals of 0.02 and 0.01 inches, respectively. According to the National Weather Service, small hail was reported near Julian in San Diego County during the afternoon.
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Storm Totals: March 15th, 2021 ()
A fast-moving low pressure system brought showers, cold temperatures and wind to the region Monday. Snow levels in the mountains fell to as low as 3,000 feet above sea level. Precipitation totals were generally light, ranging from 0.04 inches in Perris to 0.45 inches in East Highland (courtesy of Peter Michas). A total of 0.39 inches was reported in nearby Yucaipa (courtesy of Don Kramer). In the WeatherCurrents network, Moreno Valley was the wettest station on Monday, with 0.30 inches recorded there. Fallbrook, De Luz and South Temecula were all not far behind. In Temecula Valley's Wine Country, 0.29 inches was reported (courtesy of Jim Sappington). WeatherCurrents' station in Pinon Hills did not record measurable precipitation as of Wednesday morning, but snow did accumulate there and has yet to melt. Along with Perris, stations in East Hemet, San Jacinto and Murrieta all recorded less than 0.1 inch. WeatherCurrents' stations in Lake Elsinore and Riverside (Presidential Park) w ...
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