WEATHER FORECAST

Barstow, CA

#43 Jan 6, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...
Sunday January 6, 2013
Showers early the less numerous for overnight followed by Clear Skies. Cold.
Low 37 F
Winds North at 5 to 10 mph.
Chance of rain 50%.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Monday January 7, 2013
Sunny and Warmer.
High 64 F
Winds North at 10 to 20 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Monday Night's Forecast
Clear.
Low 41 F
Winds Northeast at 5 to 10 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tuesday January 8, 2013
Sunny and Warm.
High 69 F
Winds North at 5 to 10 mph.
Winds 15-25 mph and in below canyons and passes.
WEATHER FORECAST

Barstow, CA

#44 Jan 7, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...

Monday January 7, 2013
Mostly Clear. Cold.
Low 41 F
Winds Northeast at 5 to 10 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Tuesday January 8, 2013
Sunny Skies and Warmer Temperatures.
High 70 F
Winds light and variable.
Winds North at 10-20 mph and in below canyons and passes.

Tuesday Night's Forecast
A Mostly Clear sky. Cold.
Low 44 F
Winds light and variable.
Winds East-Northeast at 10-20 mph and in below canyons and passes.

Wednesday January 9, 2013
Sunny, along with few afternoon clouds.
High 69 F
Winds South-Southwest at 5 to 10 mph.

Weather Headlines:On Wednesday Night to more clouds to rolling in to southern california and to all day Thursday to 60% chance of rain showers and windy conditions and clearing out by Friday to see Partly Cloudy & Windy conditions to see West gusty winds up to 45 mph in the high deserts and Antelope Valley to see blowing dust.
WEATHER FORECAST

Barstow, CA

#45 Jan 9, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...

Wednesday January 9, 2013
Mostly Cloudy and Windy. Cold.
Low 46 F
Winds South-Southwest at 15 to 25 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Thursday January 10, 2013
Windy with Periods of rain and soaking in the afternoon hours, wet roads is excepted. Cold. Winter Weather Advisory and High Wind Warning is excepted for the Antelope Valley and High Desert Mountain Areas is excepted to gust up to 50 mph is excepted.
High 53 F
Winds West-Northwest at 15 to 25 mph.
Chance of rain 70%.
Rainfall around a half an inch.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Thursday Night's Forecast
Fair Skies. Cold.
Low 33 F
Winds light and variable.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Friday January 11, 2013
Sunny Skies. Cold. Frost Advisory is excepted.
High 53 F
Winds West-Northwest at 5 to 10 mph.
WEATHER FORECAST

Barstow, CA

#46 Jan 16, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...

Wednesday January 16, 2013
Generally Clear.
Low 41 F
Winds East-Northeast at 5 to 10 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Thursday January 17, 2013
Sunny and Warmer. The Santa Ana Winds event is excepted.
High 72 F
Winds Northeast at 5 to 10 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Thursday Night's Forecast
Clear skies.
Low 42 F
Winds East-Northeast at 5 to 10 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Friday January 18, 2013
Sunny Skies. Warm.
High 72 F
Winds Northeast at 5 to 10 mph.

The Weather Headlines:The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Weekend to see Warmer Santa Ana Winds to gust up to Orange County, California North-Northeast Winds at 35 to 50 mph to see 35-50 mph and in below canyons and passes to see Winds 40-60 mph and in below canyons and passes on Monday may reach almost 80 degrees on Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday and also to see a Fire Weather Watch, High Wind Warning and Severe Fire Conditions across the Southern California to big Warm-Up for Saturday, Sunday and Monday and also to see Dry Conditions, High Fire Danger and Red Flag Warning is setting up for Friday Night into Sunday and also until very late next weekend to bring some chance of rain in the forecast to bring a Jet Stream to the Cold Air plus Gulf of Alaska drips down to the Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Chatsworth, Downtown Los Angeles for the Pineapple Express to bring the Heaviest Rainfall to possible flooding, Orange County, Beach Cities, San Diego, Santa Clarita, San Gabriel Valley, Inland Empire, Ontario, Riverside, Santa Ana, San Bernardino, Antelope Valley, Lancaster, Victorville, Barstow, Palm Springs, High Desert and Low Desert and also to bring a El Nino Storm is a very late of the Rainy Season is setting up for 3rd Week in February to bring 1 to 9 inches of rain for the Southern California to see Flash Flood Watch, Winter Weather Advisory to bring Heavy Snowfall in the Mountain Areas and also to Grapevine closure to the I-5 Corridor toward Gorman, and also to the bring Cold Temperatures to the upper 40s and low 50s to bring a category Rain Storm by next month in February's Rain Storm since 2010 of February 27th, 2010 Angeles National Forest to Highway 2 to check the local weather stations to visit web at www.weather.com for more information to check the neighborhood and landmarks.
WEATHER FORECAST

Barstow, CA

#47 Jan 20, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...

Sunday January 20, 2013
Clear Skies.
Low 46 F
Winds Northeast at 5 to 10 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Monday January 21, 2013(Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday)
Mostly Sunny and Warmer. Santa Ana Winds to gusty North-Northeast Winds gust up to 30 mph is excepted in the Mountains and High Desert.
High 76 F
Winds Northeast at 10 to 15 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Monday Night's Forecast
Clear Skies. Cold.
Low 42 F
Winds East-Northeast at 5 to 10 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tuesday January 22, 2013
Sunny and Warmer.
High 77 F
Winds East-Northeast at 10 to 20 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.
WEATHER FORECAST

Barstow, CA

#48 Jan 20, 2013
The Weather Headlines:The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Weekend to see Warmer Santa Ana Winds to gust up to Orange County, California North-Northeast Winds at 35 to 50 mph to see 35-50 mph and in below canyons and passes to see Winds 40-60 mph and in below canyons and passes on Monday may reach almost 80 degrees on Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday and also to see a Fire Weather Watch, High Wind Warning and Severe Fire Conditions across the Southern California to big Warm-Up for Saturday, Sunday and All Day Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday to see Clear Blue Skies and Beautiful and also to see Dry Conditions, High Fire Danger and Red Flag Warning is setting up for Friday Night into Sunday and also until very late next weekend to bring some chance of rain in the forecast to bring a Jet Stream to the Cold Air plus Gulf of Alaska drips down to the Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Chatsworth, Downtown Los Angeles for the Pineapple Express to bring the Heaviest Rainfall to possible flooding, Orange County, Beach Cities, San Diego, Santa Clarita, San Gabriel Valley, Inland Empire, Ontario, Riverside, Santa Ana, San Bernardino, Antelope Valley, Lancaster, Victorville, Barstow, Palm Springs, High Desert and Low Desert and also to bring a El Nino Storm is a very late of the Rainy Season is setting up for 3rd Week in February to bring 1 to 9 inches of rain for the Southern California to see Flash Flood Watch, Winter Weather Advisory to bring Heavy Snowfall in the Mountain Areas and also to Grapevine closure to the I-5 Corridor toward Gorman, and also to the bring Cold Temperatures to the upper 40s and low 50s to bring a category Rain Storm by next month in February's Rain Storm since 2010 of February 27th, 2010 Angeles National Forest to Highway 2 to check the local weather stations to visit web at www.weather.com for more information to check the neighborhood and landmarks, and also 7-day forecast until Saturday to bring Increasing Clouds and into Sunday to full day to bring chance of heavy rain through Southern California to heavy rain night towards Saturday Night Heavy Rain at 11:00pm to All Day Sunday to see Flash Flood Watch at issue for the national weather service begins Sunday January 27th, 2013 for the El Nino Year.
WEATHER FORECAST

Barstow, CA

#49 Jan 21, 2013
Today's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...

Sunrise at 6:52am
Sunset at 5:09pm

Monday January 21, 2013(Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday)
Mostly Sunny, Warmer and Windy.
High 77 F
Winds Northeast at 15 to 25 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tonight's Forecast
Clear and Windy.
Low 42 F
Winds East-Northeast at 20 to 30 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Tuesday January 22, 2013
Mostly Sunny and Windy. Gusty winds in the morning, few afternoon high cirius clouds at 1:00pm.
High 77 F
East-Northeast winds at 20 to 30 mph, diminishing to less than 5 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tuesday Night's Forecast
Partly Cloudy skies.
Low 45 F.
Winds light and variable.

Weather Headlines

High Surf Advisory at issue for the national weather service including Long Beach, Redondo Beach, San Clemente, San Diego, Newport Beach, Seal Beach, Venice Beach, Manhattan Beach, Huntington Beach, Oceanside, Santa Monica Pier and Mailbu.

Wednesday(Mid-Week) to Increasing clouds and slightly cooler temperatures to see South-Southwest Winds to drop down to 71 degrees.
Thursday to Morning clouds in the morning hours then afternoon Hazy Sunshine later of the day with some Hazy Conditions to drop down to 65 degrees to see Winds out of South-Southwest up to 15 mph.
Friday to see Sunny skies with Fair Skies and Mild Temperatures to temp up to 70 degrees to winds out of South-Southeast up to 10 mph, Late Friday Night to see Fair Early with Increasing Clouds to drop down to 39 degrees.

Weekend Weather Headlines for the El Nino Storm to very late of the rainy season begins to Rain & Wind on Sunday to see Flash Flood Watch at issue for the national weather service:
Saturday to see Mostly Cloudy skies and Overcast with a few scattered showers to drop the high temperatures up to 58 degrees to 40% chance of showers, Saturday Night to Late Night Heavy Rain to see 100% chance of rain at 1:00am til Full Day Sunday to bring severe thunderstorms around 8:00am to bring Heavy Rain/Raindrops, few waterspouts, tornado, possible flooding, street flooding, wet and windy conditions and heavy rainfall plus thundershowers and thunderstorms at 8:30am in L.A. Basin, Ventura, Santa Clarita, LAX, Long Beach, Covina, Ontario, San Bernardino, Riverside, Santa Ana, Dana Point, Glendale, Burbank, Chatsworth, Oxnard, Camarillo, Corona, Moreno Valley, Perris, Hemet, San Diego, Oceanside, Torrance, Chino, Fontana, Upland, Pomona, Pasadena, Yucaipa, Palmdale, Lancaster, Adelanto, Apple Valley, Hesperia, Victorville, Barstow to bring thunderstorms and heavy rain including Adelanto, Phelan, 29 palms, Yucca Valley, Needles and Palm Springs to see 1 to 2 inches of rain excepted for see localized flooding is excepted for all day next Sunday and Monday to highway closures including I-5 Corridor toward Gorman, Hwy 2 will be closed towards Angeles National Forest, Hwy 138 towards Wrightwood, Hwy 39 towards Azusa, La Canada Frintage, CA-14 to heading up for the Antelope Valley and Grapevine, I-15 Freeway heading towards Las Vegas for the Rain Delays for the travelers, airport cancellations, airport delays, during station fire since September 2, 2012 @ Glendora Firestorm to bring umberllas with you and and also to bring heavy snow in the local mountain areas of Wrightwood, Big Bear Lake, Snow Summit, Lake Arrowhead, Crestline, Running Springs and Cajon Pass Junction to bring heavy snowfall around 6 inches of slushy accuminications less than 5 inches of snow.
WEATHER FORECAST

Barstow, CA

#50 Jan 21, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...
Sunrise at 6:52am
Sunset at 5:09pm
Monday January 21, 2013(Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday)

Tonight's Forecast
Clear and Windy.
Low around 40 F
Winds East-Northeast at 15 to 25 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Tuesday January 22, 2013
Sunny, along with few afternoon clouds. Gusty winds in the morning hours then more clouds in the afternoon.
High 78 F
East-Northeast winds at 15 to 25 mph, diminishing to less than 5 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tuesday Night's Forecast
Partly Cloudy and Breezy.
Low 44 F.
Winds light and variable.

Wednesday's Forecast
Wednesday January 23, 2013
Partly Cloudy in the morning, then followed by cloudy skies in the afternoon.
High 71 F
Winds light and variable.
WEATHER FORECAST

Barstow, CA

#51 Jan 21, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...
Monday January 21, 2013(Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday)
Clear and Windy.
Low around 40 F
Winds East-Northeast at 15 to 25 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.
Sunset at 5:09pm

Tuesday January 22, 2013
Sunrise at 6:52am
Sunset at 5:10pm
Tomorrow's Forecast
Sunny, along with few afternoon clouds. Gusty winds early in the morning.
High 78 F
Winds Northeast at 15 to 25 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tuesday Night's Forecast
Fair Early with increasing clouds.
Low 44 F
Winds light and variable.

Wednesday January 23, 2013
Sunrise at 6:52am
Sunset at 5:11pm

Wednesday's Forecast
Wednesday January 23, 2013
Mostly Cloudy and Mild.
High 71 F
Winds light and variable.

Weather Headlines:

Mid-Week on Wednesday
To Bring clouds return to marine layer along the coast to see low clouds and fog in the morning then hazy sunshine in the afternoon by Thursday into Friday.

End of the Week toward the Weekend
Friday Night to increasing clouds with Scattered Cumulus Clouds to see overcast skies and windy conditions, Saturday to see 40% chance of showers with cloudy conditions, Saturday Night to Late Night Heavy rain on day 5, On Day 6 Sunday to big shots of Heavy Rain Downpours, Severe Weather, Sunday Night with some hail, thunderstorms, heavy rain and Day 7 Monday to see localized possible flooding heavy rain to see raindrops is pouring soaking periods of rain on Monday to see chance of rain 80% to see Rainfall around quarter of an inch, snow in the local mountain areas and and Day 8 Tuesday to see Partly Sunny & 60% to chance of showers and i heard Dallas Raines on KABC-TV Channel 7 Eyewitness News at 4, 5, 6 and 11pm talk about it for the Rainy season to El Nino Storm Year to get wet, rainy, wind and snow plus Winter Weather Advisories, Flash Flood Watches and Severe Thunderstorm Watches at issue for the national weather service.
WEATHER FORECAST

Barstow, CA

#52 Jan 22, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...
Tuesday January 22, 2013
Mostly Cloudy skies.
Low around 45 F
Winds light and variable.
Sunset at 5:10pm

Wednesday January 23, 2013
Sunrise at 6:52am
Sunset at 5:11pm

Tomorrow's Forecast
Cloudy Skies.
High 69 F
Winds South-Southwest at 5 to 10 mph.

Wednesday Night's Forecast
Cloudy skies with a few showers later at night.
Low 51 F
Winds light and variable.
Chance of rain 30%.

Thursday January 24, 2013
Sunrise at 6:52am
Sunset at 5:12pm

Thursday's Forecast
Thursday January 24, 2013
Cloudy with a few showers. Thunder possible.
High 67 F
Winds West-Southwest at 5 to 10 mph.
Chance of rain 40%.

Weather Headlines:
Thursday to see cloudy with a few showers to 40% chance of showers.
Late Thursday Night to see Late Night Heavy Rain into Full Day on Friday to see amounts of Heavy Rain Downpours, Heavy rainfall, around 1 to 2 inches of rain and windy conditions to see Flash Flood Watch at issue for the national weather service for Thursday Evening starting at 10:00pm through Early Saturday Morning at 3:00am to see cloudy skies with a few scattered showers for Saturday, Sunday and Monday to see Periods of rain to see Partly Sunny Skies for Next Tuesday on day 7 and late next week to see Sunny Skies and Warm-up by next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
WEATHER FORECAST

Barstow, CA

#53 Jan 23, 2013
Today's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...

Sunrise at 6:51am
Sunset at 5:11pm

Wednesday January 23, 2013
Cloudy Skies.
High 71 F
Winds light and variable.

Tonight's Forecast
Cloudy with Showers and Thunderstorms.
Low 50 F
Winds light and variable.
Chance of rain 60%.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Thursday January 24, 2013
Cloudy with showers and thunderstorms.
High 64 F
Winds light and variable.
Chance of rain 60%.
Rainfall around a quarter of an inch.

Thursday Night's Forecast
Mostly Cloudy and Windy with periods of rain.
Low around 50 F.
Winds East-Southeast at 15 to 25 mph.
Rainfall may be reach one inch.
Locally heavier rainfall possible.
Winds could occasionally gust over 40 mph.

Weather Headlines
High Surf Advisory at issue for the national weather service including Long Beach, Redondo Beach, San Clemente, San Diego, Newport Beach, Seal Beach, Venice Beach, Manhattan Beach, Huntington Beach, Oceanside, Santa Monica Pier and Mailbu.
Wednesday(Mid-Week) to Increasing clouds and slightly cooler temperatures to see South-Southwest Winds to drop down to 71 degrees for Today.
Thursday to Cloudy, showers and thunderstorms to drop down to 65 degrees to see Winds out of South-Southwest up to 15 mph.
Friday to see Cloudy with Periods of rain to winds out of South-Southeast up to 10 mph, Late Friday Night to see Showers Early with Increasing Clouds with Heavy Rain to drop down to 39 degrees.
Weekend Weather Headlines for the El Nino Storm to very late of the rainy season begins to Rain & Wind on Sunday to see Flash Flood Watch at issue for the national weather service:
Saturday to see Mostly Cloudy skies and Overcast with a few scattered showers to drop the high temperatures up to 58 degrees to 40% chance of showers, Saturday Night to Late Night Heavy Rain to see 100% chance of rain at 1:00am til Full Day Sunday to bring severe thunderstorms around 8:00am to bring Heavy Rain/Raindrops, few waterspouts, tornado, possible flooding, street flooding, wet and windy conditions and heavy rainfall plus thundershowers and thunderstorms at 8:30am in L.A. Basin, Ventura, Santa Clarita, LAX, Long Beach, Covina, Ontario, San Bernardino, Riverside, Santa Ana, Dana Point, Glendale, Burbank, Chatsworth, Oxnard, Camarillo, Corona, Moreno Valley, Perris, Hemet, San Diego, Oceanside, Torrance, Chino, Fontana, Upland, Pomona, Pasadena, Yucaipa, Palmdale, Lancaster, Adelanto, Apple Valley, Hesperia, Victorville, Barstow to bring thunderstorms and heavy rain including Adelanto, Phelan, 29 palms, Yucca Valley, Needles and Palm Springs to see 1 to 2 inches of rain excepted for see localized flooding is excepted for all day next Sunday and Monday to highway closures including I-5 Corridor toward Gorman, Hwy 2 will be closed towards Angeles National Forest, Hwy 138 towards Wrightwood, Hwy 39 towards Azusa, La Canada Frintage, CA-14 to heading up for the Antelope Valley and Grapevine, I-15 Freeway heading towards Las Vegas for the Rain Delays for the travelers, airport cancellations, airport delays, during station fire since September 2, 2012 @ Glendora Firestorm to bring umberllas with you and and also to bring heavy snow in the local mountain areas of Wrightwood, Big Bear Lake, Snow Summit, Lake Arrowhead, Crestline, Running Springs and Cajon Pass Junction to bring heavy snowfall around 6 inches of slushy accuminications less than 5 inches of snow.
Weather Forecast

Barstow, CA

#54 Jan 25, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...
Sunrise at 6:50am
Sunset at 5:13pm

Friday January 25, 2013

Tonight's Forecast
Mostly Cloudy with Thundershowers likely. A Steady rain for overnight, the rain will be heavy at times.
Low around 50 F
Winds light and variable.
Chance of rain 90%.
Rainfall around a quarter of an inch.

Tomorrow's Forecast

Sunrise at 6:50am
Sunset at 5:14pm

Saturday January 26, 2013
Rain showers in the morning becoming more intermittent in the afternoon.
High 64 F
Winds West-Southwest at 5 to 10 mph.
Chance of rain 40%.
Rainfall around a quarter of an inch.

Saturday Night's Forecast
Mostly Cloudy Skies.
Low 48 F.
Winds light and variable.

Sunday's Forecast
Sunday January 27, 2013
Partly Cloudy skies during the morning hours followed by Mostly Cloudy with occasional rain showers in the afternoon hours. Thunderstorms is possible.
High around 60 F.
South-Southeast Winds shifting to West at 10 to 15 mph.
Chance of rain 40%.

Weather Headlines

For Tonight's Forecast

Cloudy skies tonight after Sunset goes down until get dark at 6:15pm with overcast skies.
Bring Few Threat Thunderstorms lightning bolts at 6:30pm to pouring down heavy rain downpours, street flooding, and rainy hard pouring down in Adelanto Area including mudslides, all burn areas and flash flooding including Air Expressway will be shut down towards Southern California Logistics Airport in Victorville to Severe Weather, Severe Thunderstorms and Heavy Rain with some hail thunderstorms about begins 45 minutes away to see some heavy rain tonight around 6:30pm.

Flash Flood Watch at remains in effect for the national weather service

Flash Flood Warning
Friday January 25, 2013
Begins Tonight at 6:30pm
Expires Saturday Morning at 11:00am
Weather Forecast

Barstow, CA

#55 Jan 28, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...
Sunrise at 6:50am
Sunset at 5:16pm
Monday January 28, 2013
Tonight's Forecast
Mostly Clear. Cold.
Low 37 F
Winds light and variable.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:48am
Sunset at 5:17pm
Tuesday January 29, 2013
Mostly Sunny and Warmer. Few High Clouds at times.
High 61 F
Winds West-Southwest at 5 to 10 mph, becoming North-Northeast and increasing at 10 to 20 mph.
Winds Northeast at 20-30 mph and in below canyons and passes.

Tuesday Night's Forecast
Clear Skies.
Low 43 F.
Winds East-Southeast at 5 to 10 mph.

Wednesday's Forecast
Wednesday January 30, 2013
Sunny and Warmer.
High around 70 F.
Winds North at 10 to 15 mph.

Weather Headlines
Tuesday to see Mostly Sunny and Warmer including Victorville may be reach up to 57 degrees to see Clear Blue Skies.
Wednesday to see rebound to see Sunny Skies and Warmer Temperatures may be reach up to 72 degrees including Thursday and Friday to see almost 80 degrees will be Warm and Sunny skies, late Friday Night to see Clear early with increasing clouds.
Saturday to see Partly Cloudy skies with overcast of Saturday Night to see Mostly Cloudy skies.
Sunday(Super Bowl 47) to see More Clouds than Sun mixed to see Mostly Cloudy skies with Overcast, Next Sunday Night to see chance of some heavy night rain on day 6.
Monday on day 7 to see Cloudy skies with periods of rain to see rainfall amounts up to 3 inches of rain to see flash flood watch at issue for the national weather service by next Monday.
Weather Forecast

Barstow, CA

#56 Jan 29, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...

Sunrise at 6:48am
Sunset at 5:17pm
Tuesday January 29, 2013
Tonight's Forecast
Mainly Clear. Few High Cirrus Clouds is excepted.
Low 41 F
Winds light and variable.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:47am
Sunset at 5:18pm
Wednesday January 30, 2013
Mostly Sunny and Warmer, along with Few Afternoon High Clouds.
High 69 F
Winds North at 5 to 10 mph.

Wednesday Night's Forecast
Clear Skies.
Low near 45 F.
Winds Northeast at 10 to 15 mph.

Thursday's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:46am
Sunset at 5:19pm
Thursday January 31, 2013
Mostly Sunny and Warmer.
High 74 F.
Winds North-Northeast at 10 to 15 mph.
Weather Forecast

Barstow, CA

#57 Feb 3, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...
Sunrise at 6:45am
Sunset at 5:22pm

Sunday February 3, 2013
Tonight's Forecast
Generally Clear. A few High Mid-Level Clouds is excepted.
Low 46 F
Winds light and variable.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:43am
Sunset at 5:23pm
Monday February 4, 2013
Sunny Skies. A few High Mid-Level Clouds is excepted.
High 73 F
Winds North-Northwest at 5 to 10 mph.

Monday Night's Forecast
Clear Skies with a few passing clouds.
Low 46 F.
Winds light and variable.

Tuesday's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:42am
Sunset at 5:24pm
Tuesday February 5, 2013
Sunny Skies.
High 68 F.
Winds West-Southwest at 5 to 10 mph.

Weather Headlines:On Wednesday Night to see Clear early with Increasing Clouds, Thursday for Cloudy Skies plus chance of afternoon showers, Thursday Night to see Overcast with 40% chance of rain, Full Day on Friday to see Cold Air from Gulf of Alaska to see to big drop and Big Cooling drop down to 52 degrees in San Bernardino and Los Angeles to Big Heavy Rain to see 1 to 2 inches of rain, Friday Night to see Heavy Rain, Saturday 20% chance of morning rain showers then clearing out to see Partly Cloudy skies, Saturday Night to see Mostly Clear, Next Sunday to see Clear & Sunny and Warmer to big Temp Rise up to 71 degrees. Our Santa Ana Winds on Next Monday and Early Next Tuesday Morning Our Ahead workweek towards end of the next week to see warming up by next week to see Sunny Skies, Warmer and Northeast Gusty Winds to see Santa Ana Winds to see stronger winds and in below canyons and passes to gust up to 35 mph plus Sunny & Windy Conditions except for Red Flag Warning and Fire Weather Watch at issue for the national weather service towards Late Next Sunday Night through expires Tuesday Afternoon to visit web at www.weather.com for more information and also until have to wait for the rainy, windy, some hail, thunderstorms, heavy rain, snow and winter storm watch for late next week to see Winter Weather Advisory to bring Cooling down and chance of rain to bring a heavy rainfall amounts about 2 to 4 inches of rain and snow levels to adding rainfall amounts toward February, March, April and Early May or/and June until Very Late Winter Storm Rainy Season.
Weather Forecast

Barstow, CA

#58 Feb 4, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...
Sunrise at 6:43am
Sunset at 5:23pm

Monday February 4, 2013
Tonight's Forecast
Generally Clear.
Low around 45 F
Winds light and variable.
Winds South-Southwest at 10-20 mph and in below canyons and passes.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:43am
Sunset at 5:24pm

Tuesday February 5, 2013
Sunny early in the morning then increasing scattered cumulus clouds in the afternoon hours. Slight a chance of rain shower.
High 69 F
Winds West-Southwest at 5 to 10 mph.
Winds 15-25 mph and in below canyons and passes.

Tuesday Night's Forecast
Partly Cloudy during the evening with more clouds for later at night. Slight a chance of rain shower.
Low around 45 F.
Winds light and variable.

Wednesday's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:42am
Sunset at 5:24pm

Wednesday February 6, 2013
Partly Cloudy and Breezy. 20% Slight a chance of rain showers possible.
High 67 F.
Winds West-Southwest at 5 to 10 mph.

Weather Headlines:On Wednesday Night to see Partly Cloudy Skies early with Increasing Clouds, Thursday for Cloudy Skies plus 40% chance of afternoon showers, Thursday Night to see Overcast with 40% chance of rain, Full Day on Friday to see Cold Air from Gulf of Alaska to see to big drop and Big Cooling drop down to 51 degrees in Palmdale, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ontario, Covina, Burbank, Downtown Los Angeles, Long Beach, Victorville, Ventura, Chatsworth, Hesperia, Barstow, Palm Springs to drop down to 64 degrees with Heavy Rain on Friday and Los Angeles to Big Heavy Rain to see 1 to 2 inches of rain, Friday Night to see Heavy Rain, Saturday 20% chance of morning rain showers then clearing out to see Partly Cloudy skies, Saturday Night to see Mostly Clear, Next Sunday to see Clear & Sunny and Warmer to big Temp Rise up to 71 degrees. Our Santa Ana Winds on Next Monday and Early Next Tuesday Morning Our Ahead workweek towards end of the next week to see warming up by next week to see Sunny Skies, Warmer and Northeast Gusty Winds to see Santa Ana Winds to see stronger winds and in below canyons and passes to gust up to 35 mph plus Sunny & Windy Conditions except for Red Flag Warning and Fire Weather Watch at issue for the national weather service towards Late Next Sunday Night through expires Tuesday Afternoon to visit web at www.weather.com for more information and also until have to wait for the rainy, windy, some hail, thunderstorms, heavy rain, snow and winter storm watch for late next week to see Winter Weather Advisory to bring Cooling down and chance of rain to bring a heavy rainfall amounts about 2 to 4 inches of rain and snow levels to adding rainfall amounts toward February, March, April and Early May or/and June until Very Late Winter Storm Rainy Season.
Weather Forecast

Barstow, CA

#59 Feb 7, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...
Sunrise at 6:41am
Sunset at 5:26pm

Thursday February 7, 2013
Tonight's Forecast
Partly Cloudy Skies and Hazy, to giving way to see Mostly Cloudy Skies, followed by few scattered showers and thunderstorms for late night rain. The Rain, High Winds with a Some Hail is possible to the High Desert and Foothill Communities.
Low 43 F
Winds Southwest at 10 to 20 mph.
Chance of rain 40%.
Winds 15-25 mph and in below canyons and passes.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:40am
Sunset at 5:27pm
Friday February 8, 2013
Cloudy with periods of rain. Some Hail and few thunderstorms is possible by afternoon hours. Very Cold.
High 54 F
Winds West at 10 to 20 mph.
Rainfall possibly over 2 inches.
Locally heavier rainfall possible.

Friday Night's Forecast
Rain early, followed by cloudy with a few showers. Cold.
Low near 35 F.
Winds light and variable.
Chance of rain 50%.

Saturday's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:39am
Sunset at 5:29pm

Saturday February 9, 2013
Morning Showers in the morning followed by Partly Cloudy and Windy conditions for later of the day. Cold Temperatures is excepted.
High 57 F.
Winds West at 5 to 10 mph.
Chance of rain 30%.

Weather Headlines:For Tonight to see Partly Cloudy Skies early with Increasing Clouds to see Overcast with 40% chance of rain, Full Day on Friday for tomorrow to see Cold Air from Gulf of Alaska to see to big drop and Big Cooling drop down to 51 degrees in Palmdale, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ontario, Covina, Burbank, Downtown Los Angeles, Long Beach, Victorville, Ventura, Chatsworth, Hesperia, Barstow, Palm Springs to drop down to 64 degrees with Heavy Rain on Friday and Los Angeles to Big Heavy Rain to see 1 to 2 inches of rain, Friday Night to see Heavy Rain, Saturday 20% chance of morning rain showers then clearing out to see Partly Cloudy skies, Saturday Night to see Mostly Clear, Next Sunday to see Clear & Sunny and Warmer with Partly Cloudy Skies to big Temp Rise up to 71 degrees. Our Santa Ana Winds on Next Monday and Early Next Tuesday Morning Our Ahead workweek towards end of the next week to see warming up by next week to see Sunny Skies, Warmer and Northeast Gusty Winds to see Santa Ana Winds to see stronger winds and in below canyons and passes to gust up to 35 mph plus Sunny & Windy Conditions except for Red Flag Warning and Fire Weather Watch at issue for the national weather service towards Late Next Sunday Night through expires Tuesday Afternoon all the way through Valentine's Day on day 7 to visit web at www.weather.com for more information and also until have to wait for the rainy, windy, some hail, thunderstorms, heavy rain, snow and winter storm watch for late next week to see Winter Weather Advisory to bring Cooling down and chance of rain to bring a heavy rainfall amounts about 2 to 4 inches of rain and snow levels to adding rainfall amounts toward February, March, April and Early May or/and June until Very Late Winter Storm Rainy Season.
Weather Forecast

Barstow, CA

#60 Feb 8, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...

Sunrise at 6:40am
Sunset at 5:27pm
Friday February 8, 2013
Tonight's Forecast
Cloudy with periods of rain. Some Hail and few thunderstorms is possible by evening hours. Very Cold.
Low near 35 F
Winds light and variable.
Chance of rain 90%.
Rainfall around a quarter of an inch.
Locally heavier rainfall possible.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:39am
Sunset at 5:28pm
Saturday February 9, 2013

Sunny Skies. Few Thunderstorm Clouds is excepted for the mountains and foothill communities. Cold.
High 56 F
Winds West at 5 to 10 mph.

Saturday Night's Forecast
Clear Skies. Wind Chill is excepted.
Low near 35 F.
Winds light and variable.

Sunday's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:38am
Sunset at 5:29pm
Sunday February 10, 2013
Ambulant Sunshine. Warmer.
High 57 F.
Winds Southwest at 5 to 10 mph.

Weather Headlines:On Sunday to see Clear & Sunny and Warmer with Mostly Sunny Skies to big Temp Rise up to 71 degrees. Our Santa Ana Winds on Next Monday and Early Next Tuesday Morning Our Ahead workweek towards end of the next week to see warming up by next week to see Sunny Skies, Warmer and Northeast Gusty Winds to see Santa Ana Winds to see stronger winds and in below canyons and passes to gust up to 35 mph plus Sunny & Windy Conditions except for Red Flag Warning and Fire Weather Watch at issue for the national weather service towards Late Next Sunday Night through expires Tuesday Afternoon all the way through Valentine's Day on day 7 to visit web at www.weather.com for more information and also until have to wait for the rainy, windy, some hail, thunderstorms, heavy rain, snow and winter storm watch for late next week to see Winter Weather Advisory to bring Cooling down and chance of rain to bring a heavy rainfall amounts about 2 to 4 inches of rain and snow levels to adding rainfall amounts towards Presidents Day Holiday Weekend to bring Heavy Rain for Round 2 to the second category is beginning Wednesday February 20th, 2013 toward February, March, April and Early May or/and June until Very Late Winter Storm Rainy Season and also to the Winter Storm Warning to Arctic Cold Air.
Weather Forecast

Barstow, CA

#61 Feb 10, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA...
Sunrise at 6:38am
Sunset at 5:29pm

Sunday February 10, 2013
Tonight's Forecast
Mainly Clear Skies. Very Cold.
Low 36 F
Winds light and variable.

Tomorrow's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:37am
Sunset at 5:30pm

Monday February 11, 2013
Sunny Skies. Warmer Temperatures is excepted.
High 59 F
Winds North at 10 to 15 mph.

Monday Night's Forecast
Clear Skies.
Low 36 F.
Winds light and variable.

Tuesday's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:36am
Sunset at 5:31pm

Tuesday February 10, 2013
Sunny and Breezy.
High 62 F.
Winds North at 5 to 10 mph.

Weather Headlines:On Friday to see Clear & Sunny and Warmer with Mostly Sunny Skies to big Temp Rise up to 80 degrees by Friday. Our Santa Ana Winds on Late Wednesday Night into Friday Morning to see Red Flag Warning at issue for the national weather service. Our Ahead workweek towards end of the week to see warming up by this week in February to see Sunny Skies, Warmer and Northeast Gusty Winds to see Santa Ana Winds to see stronger winds and in below canyons and passes to gust up to 35 mph plus Sunny & Windy Conditions except for Red Flag Warning and Fire Weather Watch at issue for the national weather service all the way through Valentine's Day on day 4 to visit web at www.weather.com for more information and also until have to wait for the rainy, windy, some hail, thunderstorms, heavy rain, snow and winter storm watch for late next week to see Winter Weather Advisory to bring Cooling down and chance of rain to bring a heavy rainfall amounts about 2 to 4 inches of rain and snow levels to adding rainfall amounts towards Presidents Day Holiday Weekend to bring Heavy Rain for Round 2 to the second category is beginning Wednesday February 20th, 2013 toward February, March, April and Early May or/and June until Very Late Winter Storm Rainy Season and also to the Winter Storm Warning to Arctic Cold Air for next week to bring a chance of rain by next Wednesday by mid-week to dropping down to the 49 degrees to the rainy next week.
Weather Forecast

Barstow, CA

#62 Feb 14, 2013
Tonight's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/right-now/Highland+CA... and www.weather.com/weather/today/92346
Sunrise at 6:35am
Sunset at 5:32pm
Thursday February 14, 2013(Happy Valentine's Day)
Tonight's Forecast
Mainly Clear Skies. Red Flag Warning and Fire Weather Watch is excepted.
Low around 45 F
Winds Northeast at 10 to 20 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Tomorrow's Forecast to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/tomorrow/92346
Sunrise at 6:33am
Sunset at 5:33pm
Friday February 15, 2013
Windy with lots of Sunshine. Warmer.
High 76 F
Winds Northeast at 15 to 25 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Friday Night's Forecast
Clear Skies with a few passing clouds.
Low near 45 F.
Winds East-Northeast at 10 to 15 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Saturday's Forecast
Sunrise at 6:32am
Sunset at 5:34pm
Saturday February 16, 2013 to visit web at www.weather.com/weather/tenday/Highland+CA+92...
Sunny, along with few afternoon clouds.
High 76 F.
Winds East-Northeast at 10 to 15 mph.
Stronger winds and in below canyons and passes.

Weather Headlines:On Friday to see Clear & Sunny and Warmer with Mostly Sunny Skies to big Temp Rise up to 80 degrees by Tomorrow. Our Santa Ana Winds on Late Tonight into Saturday Morning to see Red Flag Warning at issue for the national weather service. Our Presidents Day Holiday Weekend to see Partly Cloudy Skies on Sunday, Monday to see Mostly Cloudy Skies and Cooler Temperatures, Cooling Down by next week, On Monday Night to see Overcast with Cloudy skies plus to see chance of 60% rain showers, On Tuesday to bring Cold Heavy Rain with Thunderstorms and Wednesday to see 90% to chance of Thundershowers and Hail Our Ahead workweek towards end of the week to visit web at www.weather.com for more information and also until have to wait for the rainy, windy, some hail, thunderstorms, heavy rain, snow and winter storm watch for late next week to see Winter Weather Advisory to bring Cooling down and chance of rain to bring a heavy rainfall amounts about 2 to 4 inches of rain and snow levels to adding rainfall amounts towards Presidents Day Holiday Weekend to bring Heavy Rain for Round 2 to the second category is beginning Wednesday February 20th, 2013 toward February, March, April and Early May or/and June until Very Late Winter Storm Rainy Season and also to the Winter Storm Warning to Arctic Cold Air for next week to bring a chance of rain by next Wednesday by mid-week to dropping down to the 49 degrees to the rainy next week and also on Thursday to see Partly Sunny and Cool with some Hazy Conditions to see Partly Cloudy Skies.

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