VICTOR VALLEY, CALIF. (VVNG.com) – A Pacific storm system is expected to produce widespread precipitation, with temperatures around 20 degrees lower than normal in the Victor Valley.
According to the National Weather Service, wet conditions are on track to arrive late Sunday evening through Monday morning, producing mountain rain and snow, as well as windy conditions across much of Southern California. until early Wednesday.
There is a 50% chance that it will rain on Monday and a 70% chance on Tuesday. The coldest day forecast is Wednesday, with the nighttime temperature dipping into the mid to low 30s.
“Cold air will arrive from the north on Tuesday, lowering the snow level significantly from around 9,000 feet at the start of the storm to around 5,000 feet Tuesday evening and even lower Tuesday evening-Wednesday,” according to the NWS.
Forecasts call for heavy snowfall to impact mountain communities in San Bernardino County where 6 to 12 inches of snowfall is possible, which will contribute to colder temperatures given the proximity to the Valley location of Viktor.
The storm will leave the region eastward on Wednesday with dry weather returning and continuing through the following weekend as conditions slowly warm.
These predictions are a great reminder to watch out for loved ones who are vulnerable to the cold and to also protect those favorite outdoor pets and plants, and proactively (re)arrange schedules.
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