The rain comes from San Diego’s first storm of the week
“Find an umbrella; keep it handy! You’re going to need it in the New Year,” NBC 7 Meteorologist Sheena Parveen warned earlier Tuesday, and she was right.
By 6 p.m., the drizzle was moving south toward Mission Valley, with heavy rain visible on radar in North County.
San Diego County is slated to close out 2022 with poor weather thanks to a series of storms that will bring rain to our region. Here’s a closer look at the week’s trends:
As of 7 a.m., the rain may have already left San Diego County, ending our region’s first storm this week.
“It looks like the rain should stop for Wednesday so I think tomorrow, we should be very dry,” said Parveen.
The Holiday Bowl does not appear to be in jeopardy at this time, although there will be coverage as the festivities take place in the break between the two storm systems.
Dagmar Midcap Evening Forecast for December 27, 2022
Thursday and Beyond
“The second one moves on Thursday, Friday… and another on the weekend,” Parveen said. “Over the next week, we have the potential for a few more storm systems.”
There is the potential for a bit of wet weather for New Year’s Eve but we will need to see further into the week to see how the season pans out.
Check out our Holiday Bowl 2022 predictions.
|Record Value||1.825m (71.8)|
|Record Day||7-8 / 1 [January] / 1966|
|WMO daily commentary||yes (2010)|
|Length of Record||1966-1990|
|Tool||Tipping-Bucket Rain Gauge|