San Diego Residents Brace for Rainy and Windy Weather in Coming Days
San Diego residents woke up to cloudy skies on Sunday, March 19th, with temperatures ranging from the upper 40s in the mountains to the upper 50s in Del Mar and Poway.
While there may be brief glimpses of sunshine throughout the day, the clouds are expected to stick around, with a possibility of a pop-up shower later in the day.
However, the real wet weather is expected to arrive in the early hours of Tuesday, March 21st, and continue through Wednesday.
The majority of the storm will hit during this time, causing potentially dangerous travel conditions.
Along with the rain, a high wind watch has been issued for the entire county, with gusts expected to reach over 30 miles per hour at times along the coast.
Residents are advised to take extra precautions when traveling over the next few days, especially as the rain and wind intensify.
Temperatures will also cool down, with the second half of the week seeing upper 50s in the inland valleys and the mountains potentially seeing a few inches of snow in the highest elevations.
The storm is being sponsored by Anderson Plumbing Heating and Air, who pride themselves on wowing clients with their exceptional service.
San Diego residents will have to endure a few more days of gloomy weather before things start to dry out by Thursday and Friday.