East County News Service
December 13, 2016 (San Diego’s East County) – A potentially potent storm will swing across Southern California late this week, which could bring heavy rain at high elevations, and gusty southwesterly winds in mountains, valleys, deserts and coastal areas. Dangerous conditions for small craft along coastal waters are also expected.
The strongest winds and heaviest precipitation are expected Thursday night and Friday morning, impacting the Friday morning commute. Urban and small stream flooding are possible, as well as isolated flash flooding near recently burned areas.
Snow is not forecast for San Diego County, though elsewhere in Southern California heavy snow is possible above 8,000 feet.