(KGTV) -- The first major storm of the season moved into San Diego County Friday and is expected to bring cool and rainy weather to the region.
According to the National Weather Service, the storm could dump as much as an inch of rain along the coast. Other parts of the county could see up to four inches of rain.
Accompanying the rain are much cooler temperatures, set to trend 10 to 20 degrees below normal.
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In addition to rain, the area surrounding Palomar could see up to an inch of snow with Mt. Laguna expected to receive up to two inches, the National Weather Service says.
Windy conditions are expected to sweep through San Diego County’s mountains and deserts, sparking a wind advisory through Sunday night at 10 p.m.
Meanwhile, along the coast, a high surf advisory has been issued as waves up to four to nine feet are expected. The highest surf is set to impact southern San Diego County near Imperial Beach. The advisory lasts through 2 a.m. Monday.