SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - San Diegans saw a soggy Sunday, filled with puddles and snow in some areas.
In La Mesa, San Diego RV Resort finished repairing their lot Friday after a November storm tore through.
The flood waters so powerful, it broke the concrete wall on the back of the resort. Cars floated to the back of the lot, crashing into each other and an RV, causing thousands of dollars in damage, according to residents.
Thursday the resort laid conrete on that back lot where the worst of the damage was. Saturday, their first tenant since the storm rolled in.
"This is nothing, I can still bbq in this weather, so I mean this is one of those things where I wouldn't be worried about it at all," neighbor Anthony Benoit said.
He said the repairs made to the wall and guarantees from management made him very comfortable with the move. He also said the weather he saw Sunday was nothing to what he experienced in the Northeast.