A south to southeast flow will continue to draw monsoon moisture into the region for a chance of showers at thunderstorms at times, primarily during the afternoons. A deeper surge of moisture along with another easterly wave could trigger some nocturnal activity Friday night, drying by early next week as the monsoon flow shifts east. Clear skies overnight with light winds as lows drop into the upper 40's and 50's. Expect partly cloudy skies Thursday becoming mostly cloudy by afternoon with a few thundershowers possible, highs in the upper 70's. Additional moisture and instability arrive Friday and Saturday bringing a better chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms, especially given enough clearing during the mornings for sufficient surface heating to trigger widespread convection. Highs will remain in the 70's over the weekend while overnight lows generally cool to the 50's. If you have outdoor activities planned through the weekend be mindful of the weather and keep a watchful eye to the sky; seek shelter indoors if a thunderstorm approaches your area. Thunderstorms may be capable of producing flash flooding rains, gusty winds, frequent lightning, and hail. Drier conditions will return next week with near-normal temperatures.
Good Morning! Big Bear City, California (6,800ft.) UPDATED @ 08:44 AM
Today High: 69.4ºF @ 8:43 AM ∙Low: 48.3ºF @ 5:49 AM Max Wind Gust: 3.5 mph @ 2:56 AM Rain: 0.00" ∙ Snow: 0.00" Sunrise: 5:56 am ∙ Sunset:7:51 pm Current Air Quality:Good Real-Time Fire Danger :Low-Moderate
Yesterday High: 75.6ºF @ 6:13 PM ∙Low: 49.8ºF@ 6:11 AM Max Wind Gust: 14.0 mph NE @ 11:58 AM
Rain:0.42 " ∙ Snow: 0" Month High: 90.9ºF 7/10∙Low: 46.0ºF7/6 Max Wind Gust: 25.3 mph Rain: 2.72" ∙Snow: 0"
Season High: 90.9 °F on 7/10/2021 ∙Low: 3.7 °F on 1/30/2021 Max Wind Gust: 42.0 mph on 2/13/2021 Rain: 5.26" ∙Snow: 93" (Seasonal Average: 58 ")