Kristen's Forecast: Mild today before major storm Sun-Mon

More flooding and wind damage to come

Wow, San Diego! What a storm we got Friday!
 
Saturday is the day to get outside as we wake up to spotty showers but conditions dry out west of the mountains by the afternoon.
 
Today is the day to clean up debris, repair leaks, and get ready for round three!
 
We have a Winter Storm Warning in our mountains through Tuesday. Snow will drop to 5500 Feet. Snow total will average 6-12” between 5500-6000 Feet; including Mount Laguna and Palomar Mountain. You will not want to go see the snow until the middle of next week because you will run into low visibility and dangerous driving conditions.
 
We have a High Wind Warning issued for Sunday and Monday. Gusty winds will target most of the county on Friday with 40 mph gusts possible at the coast and 60mph gusts possible in the mountains.
 
 
We also have a High Surf Warning with highest waves hitting 8-12ft through Tuesday at 10pm. Coastal flooding is possible, as well as, beach erosion so be careful even walking at the beach!
 
Storm #3: Sunday into Monday
 
It’s possible the storm could arrive in the afternoon with heavy slow moving rain into Monday’s morning commute. This will be the strongest storm of the three with colder air and heavier rain. Thunderstorms also possible with strong gusty winds. 
 
If a tornado warning is issued where you live, work, or go to school go to the inner most part of the building a way from windows. You want to create a barrier between you and the outdoors!
 
The weather will dry out Tuesday afternoon with much nicer and more typical conditions for San Diego through the end of the week. Snow will start to melt, with recovering temperatures for the end of the week. 

10News Pinpoint Meteorologist Kristen Keogh. Follow me on Twitter @10NewsKeogh

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If a tornado warning is issued where you live, work, or go to school go to the inner most part of the building a way from windows. You want to create a barrier between you and the outdoors!

If a tornado warning is issued where you live, work, or go to school go to the inner most part of the building a way from windows. You want to create a barrier between you and the outdoors!

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