KENSINGTON (COUSSIN) – Cold, windy, and occasionally wet conditions will continue across San Diego County through Wednesday, with heavy rain and snow on the mountain likely before things warm up later in the week.
“Dangerous journeys are expected, especially through the mountains,” according to the National Meteorological Service.
A winter storm warning will be in effect from late Tuesday afternoon until 6 p.m. Wednesday in the mountains of San Diego County, with snow piling up to a foot in some areas, with up to 18 inches on higher peaks.
In the deserts of San Diego County, there will be strong wind warnings until 9 pm, with gusts of up to 70 miles per hour, which can lead to falling trees and power lines and create difficult travel conditions for high-profile vehicles. meteorologists reported.
A strong wind warning will be valid until 4 p.m. for the mountains of San Diego County, while a warning for less strong winds will be valid until midnight in the valleys, followed by frost that will be valid from Wednesday night to Thursday morning.
Coastal areas will be under wind warning until midnight, with possible gusts of up to 35 miles per hour.
Meteorologists said coastal slopes could find more than an inch of rain and coastal areas could find half an inch before the storms continued.
“There is also a small chance of thunderstorms from late this afternoon until early Wednesday morning,” according to the NWS. “Snow levels around 3,500 to 4,000 feet (Tuesday) in the morning will drop to 2,000 to 2,500 feet from late (Tuesday night) until Wednesday morning. The rains will continue on Wednesday with more coverage in the mountains and in San Diego County. The rains will stop from the northwest late on Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night “.
Dryer and warmer conditions are expected to develop by Thursday and will continue early next week.
KUSI Hunter Sowards was broadcast live from Kensington in more detail.
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