A pretty quiet day on Thursday with just a few showers around, no thunderstorms fired up in our area. A moist southeast flow continues to draw monsoonal moisture into the area for a chance of showers and thunderstorms at times. Providing we don't have too much debris cloud cover; thunderstorms could be fairly widespread Friday and Saturday with even a few nocturnal storms possible. Drier weather will return next week with near-normal temperatures as the monsoon flow shifts east, at least temporarily. Variable cloudiness overnight with lows in the 50's. Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies on Friday with scattered showers and thunderstorms possible. Cooler with highs in the mid to upper-70's, southeast winds 5-15mph, gusty around any storms. A chance of showers and storms will stay with us Friday night into Saturday as lows cool to the 50's with highs in the 70's through the weekend. A trough deepening off the west coast will shunt moisture off to the east on Sunday with dry conditions expected for much of next week. The monsoon flow could return towards next weekend. If planning outdoor activities through the weekend, keep an eye on the sky and seek shelter indoors if a thunderstorm approaches. Thunderstorms may be capable of producing flash flooding rains, gusty winds, frequent lightning, and hail.
Good Night! Big Bear City, California (6,800ft.) UPDATED @ 00:29 AM
Currently Scattered clouds at 8500 ft Temperature: 56.6ºF Winds: S @ 4 mph Feels Like: 57ºF ∙Humidity: 64% Barometer: 29.991 & Steady Dewpoint: 44.6ºF∙Wetbulb: 50.7ºF Current UV Index: 0.0 ∙ Solar: 0
Rainfall Past Hour: 0.00" Snow
Storm Total: None
Today High: 56.9ºF @ 12:00 AM ∙Low: 56.5ºF @ 12:18 AM Max Wind Gust: 8.1 mph @ 12:24 AM Rain: 0.00" ∙ Snow: 0.00" Sunrise: 5:56 am ∙ Sunset:7:50 pm Current Air Quality:Good Real-Time Fire Danger :Low-Moderate