20 May 2024

Claremont California is in the path of Hurricane Hilary, while the storm will weaken once it hits land Southern Californians should be aware of potential weather hazards over the next five days.

This afternoon will be characterized by clear and sunny skies, accompanied by a high temperature of approximately 93 degrees. The prevailing wind from the west-southwest will be around 10 mph, occasionally gusting as high as 15 mph.

As night falls, the weather will remain mostly clear, and the temperature will drop to around 66 degrees. The previously mentioned west-southwest wind will diminish to around 5 mph, eventually becoming calm during the evening.

Looking ahead to Saturday, there is a 30 percent probability of showers and thunderstorms after 11 am. The day will be partly sunny with a high temperature nearing 88 degrees. The wind, initially light and variable, will shift to the south-southwest, ranging from 5 to 10 mph in the afternoon. Occasional gusts as high as 15 mph are anticipated. Rainfall is expected to be minimal, with new amounts projected to be less than a tenth of an inch, barring thunderstorms which might bring higher accumulations.

Saturday Night brings a higher likelihood of showers and thunderstorms, primarily after 11 pm. The sky will be mostly cloudy, and the temperature will hover around 67 degrees. The wind, initially from the south-southwest at 5 to 10 mph, will switch to the north-northwest during the evening. Gusts of up to 15 mph are possible. The probability of precipitation is estimated at 60%. Rainfall amounts are expected to range from a tenth to a quarter of an inch, with the potential for greater amounts in the event of thunderstorms.

On Sunday, the trend of showers and thunderstorms continues, with a strong likelihood, transitioning to showers and possibly a thunderstorm after 11 am. The day’s high temperature is projected to be around 82 degrees. The north wind will range from 5 to 15 mph, with gusts reaching up to 20 mph. The chance of precipitation stands at 80%, with expected rainfall between half an inch and three quarters of an inch.

Sunday Night will bring the continuation of showers, potentially accompanied by thunderstorms, some of which might result in substantial rainfall. The temperature will dip to around 72 degrees, with a precipitation likelihood of 90%.

Looking into Monday, showers and thunderstorms are anticipated, particularly before 11 am, with a continued risk of heavy rainfall. The daytime high temperature is expected to be near 75 degrees, with an 80% chance of precipitation.

As Monday Night approaches, there remains a possibility of showers and thunderstorms before 11 pm, with the chance of heavy rainfall persisting. The sky will be mostly cloudy, and the temperature will reach around 66 degrees.

Tuesday is forecasted to be mostly sunny, with the mercury rising to approximately 81 degrees.

Tuesday Night will bring mostly clear skies, with temperatures dropping to around 63 degrees.

The outlook for Wednesday is mostly sunny, accompanied by a high temperature of around 86 degrees.

As Wednesday Night arrives, the sky will be partly cloudy, and the temperature will settle around 65 degrees.

Finally, Thursday is projected to be mostly sunny, with a high temperature reaching around 86 degrees.