A moist, easterly flow will draw monsoon moisture into our region through the weekend bringing our first widespread thunderstorm outbreak of the season. Outflow boundary coming out of Arizona could even help enhance thunderstorm potential at times; with some nocturnal activity also possible. Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies through this weekend as daytime highs top out in the lower 80's, with overnight lows generally in the 50's. As lower level moisture surges Sunday into early next week, we could experience an increased flash flood risk with very heavy rainfall from slow moving storms; also capable of gusty winds, frequent lightning and hail. We'll keep a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the forecast through midweek, decreasing by the end of the week; near normal temperatures continuing through the period. Seek shelter indoors if a thunderstorm develops over your area and check back often for regular updates through the weekend.
Good Morning! Big Bear City, California @ 6,790' UPDATED @ 11:45 AM
Currently mostly cloudy Temperature: 80.3ºF Winds: W @ 1 mph Heat Index: 79.7ºF ∙ Wind Chill: 80.3ºF Barometer: 29.910 & Steady Humidity: 34% ∙Dewpoint: 49.4ºF Wetbulb: 63.0ºF Current UV Index: 6.4 ∙ Solar: 257 Rainfall Past Hour: 0.00"
Today High: 82.4ºF @ 11:32 AM ∙Low: 53.7ºF @ 6:15 AM Max Wind Gust: 15.0 mph @ 10:51 AM Rain: 0.00" ∙ Snow: 0.00" Sunrise: 5:54 am ∙ Sunset: 7:46 pm
Yesterday High: 85.2ºF @ 10:45 AM ∙Low: 51.7ºF@ 5:33 AM Rain: 0.20 "∙ Snow Storm Total:None