Weather

Frost Advisory in San Diego county.
February 23, 2018, 9:35:00 PM to February 24, 2018, 8:00:00 AM

San Diego County Valleys-San Gorgonio Pass Near Banning- Including the city of Banning 935 PM PST Fri Feb 23 2018 ...FROST ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 AM PST SATURDAY... * Location...Most of the San Diego County valleys and the western portion of San Gorgonio Pass. * Duration...Several hours of temperatures near freezing. * Temperature...33 to 36 degrees. * Impacts...Plants and other sensitive vegetation may be damaged if left unprotected. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A Frost Advisory means that widespread frost is expected. Sensitive outdoor plants may be killed if left uncovered.

Clear
43
SUNRISE
06:21 am
SUNSET
05:42 pm
HUMIDITY
60%
FEELS LIKE
39°
Forecast7-DayHourly
  • SATSaturdayMostly clear6046
  • SUNSundayMostly clear6149
  • MONMondayRain showers5951
  • TUETuesdayRain showers5753
  • WEDWednesdayRain showers6151
  • THUThursdayRain showers6051
  • FRIFridayRain showers6154
  • Clear47
  • Clear47
  • Mostly clear47
  • Mostly clear47
  • Mostly clear46
  • Mostly clear47
  • Mostly clear50
  • Mostly clear54
  • Mostly clear58
  • Mostly clear60
  • Mostly clear60
  • Mostly clear60

Weather news

El Niño & Drought

view more

More Weather

  • Frost advisory issued for eastern half of San Diego County

    Frost advisory issued for eastern half of San Diego County

    The National Weather Service has issued a frost advisory for areas east of Interstate 15 and a winter weather advisory for the San Diego County Mountains, giving people advanced warning of what’s expected to be one of the coldest nights of the winter. A low pressure system swept into the county...

  • Holiday weekend weather will be warm, cool, dry and wet

    Holiday weekend weather will be warm, cool, dry and wet

    The President’s Day weekend weather will swing from warm, dry and sunny to cool, overcast and possibly wet, but there’s no significant rain the the forecast. The National Weather Service says a high pressure system will lift San Diego’s daytime high to 73 on Friday, eight degrees above average....

  • Forecasters no longer expecting lots of rain in San Diego

    Forecasters no longer expecting lots of rain in San Diego

    It appeared that San Diego would get significant rain two or three times this week, helping to ease a quickly developing drought. But the National Weather Service said Monday that its latest models show the county will remain mostly dry for the rest of the week, and temperatures will rise above...

  • Cold air on the way, and rain may follow

    Cold air on the way, and rain may follow

    There’s a rumor of winter, and it goes like this. The high pressure that’s been keeping San Diego warm and dry has vanished. A series of troughs will now move through the county and keep temperatures in the seasonal range for about a week. The daytime high in San Diego will mostly be in the mid-60s,...

  • San Diego's coastal fog will clear by mid-morning

    San Diego's coastal fog will clear by mid-morning

    The thick fog that formed along the entire San Diego County coastline on Tuesday night is beginning to thin and should burn off in most areas by 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. There’s a small chance that the form will reform on Wednesday night. After...