SAN DIEGO - A light storm hit San Diego County on Wednesday morning.
San Diegans from the coast to the mountains were hit with the scattered showers, which is expected to be off and on throughout the day.
10News Meteorologist Craig Herrera estimates that San Diego will receive 0.10 to 0/25 inches of rain by the end of Wednesday.
The National Weather Service also issued a wind advisory that's in effect until 11 a.m. Thursday.
Until late Thursday morning, sustained west winds of 20 to 35 miles per hour and gusts up to 55 mph were expected. Also, isolated gusts to 65 mph were possible in the windiest locations, the NWS said.
Motorists in the deserts were also warned to watch for blowing dust and sand.
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