THANKSGIVING FORECAST: RAIN FOLLOWED BY SANTA ANA WINDS

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East County News Service

November 19, 2018 (San Diego) – The National Weather Service is forecasting  light rainfall across most of the region late Wednesday through mid-day on Thanksgiving this Thursday, with more rain possible Friday and Saturday. Gusty west to southwest winds will develop over the mountains and deserts through the period.  There is also a small chance of precipitation Friday night into Saturday, then Santa Ana winds developing for early next week with potential for rapid fire spread, says forecaster Jimmy Taeger.

If you’re traveling this holiday weekend outside of San Diego County, be aware that snow is possible above 7,000 feet.


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