A winter storm in San Diego on Thursday made for frigid temperatures in the mountains.
A hazardous weather warning has been issued for San Diego on Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
Rain and gusts of winds hit the county early Thursday morning, combined with cooler temperatures. Snow for areas at elevation of 2,500 feet and higher is expected, in addition to temperatures in the 20s for mountain towns.
Increased water levels could also affect coastal areas.
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“High astronomical tides combined with high surf will bring the possibility of coastal flooding around the times of highest tides each morning,” said the NWS statement.
Wave height could also reach up to 13 feet through Friday morning. Highest surf will be on exposed west-facing beaches.
Cooler temperatures are expected to last through Sunday.