From light showers to thunderstorms, and hail Tuesday night..
A cold storm brought beneficial rain, but also problems on the roads with slick conditions, and snow to our mountains.
Pine Hills got 0.73", Ramona 0.45", and very light rain in San Diego with a total of 0.08"
Snow levels will plummet to 4,000 to 5,000' tonight with 1 to 3" of snow at the higher mountain elevations and potentially even a dusting all the way down to Julian. Julian's schools have made changes to the schedule to the snowy weather, make sure to check for updates. As of 11pm, Palomar is already reporting 1 inch of snow on the ground.
A High Wind Warning for the mountains and deserts was extended until 1 am. Expect westerly winds of 25 to 35mph with gusts of 45 to 65mph.
Sunshine and dry weather returns Wednesday with mild Santa Ana winds for the end of the week. Temperatures will warm back into the 70s by Friday.
Cooling begins again on Sunday as another storm dives south, bringing a chance for showers and another round of wind for early next week.
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