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By Miriam Raftery

February 4, 2017 (San Diego’s East County) – Wet weather is returning Sunday through Tuesday,  but showers are expected to be light, with no significant flooding or winter weather expected, according to the National Weather Services. There will also be gusty winds up to 55 mph along mountain ridges with isolated gusts up to 80 mph possible on desert slopes. Windy conditions will begin Sunday night and continue into Tuesday.

Wet roadways may impact commutes, so allow extra time to reach your destinations.  Monday will have the most rain, though some precipitation is expected through Tuesday west of the mountains.

Mountains could receive between a half inch and two inches.  Valleys may receive .up to a half inch.  Deserts are expected to get a tenth of an inch or less, while coastal areas could receive .1 to .5 inches.


There will be no snow below 6,500 feet.

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Geoengineering Creating Climate Change

Anyone but me notice how hard at work the planes flying over our county have been the last few days leaving behind a criss cross of chemical clouds meant to stave off the still much needed and much anticipated rain?