Sunny skies greeted us for Thursday morning, and the clouds of yesterday moved on. Light rainfall moved through the valley, but the rains were heaviest to our South in San Diego County.
Low pressure is moving out, and high pressure is moving in.
Skies will clear out nicely, with just some residual clouds lingering over the mountains through the morning hours today.
As the ridge of high pressure builds, highs will continue to climb through the next couple of days.
Next week, another storm system moves in to cool us off, and provide a chance of showers as well.
An major 8.1 magnitude earthquake struck of the Northern coast of New Zealand, prompting tsunami concerns in and around the South Pacific.
Those concerned stretched as far as Hawaii, where a Tsunami Watch has been issued as scientist monitor ocean buoys to determine if the quake did in fact trigger a tsunami.
Down the the KESQ First Alert App today to stay up-to-date with the latest weather conditions wherever you go! Clink the image below: