Look for clouds and sunshine as the county dries out Wednesday.
That storm system that brought San Diego a nice dose of rain pushed down to the south overnight.
Clouds are drying out and the county will see some clouds and perhaps a small amount of rain it will be “totally light stuff,” said meteorologist Jodi Kodesh. “Doesn’t even qualify as a shower.”
Even though the rain has stopped, a high surf advisory remains in effect until 2 p.m. PT Friday according to the National Weather Service. Our coastline can expect waves up to 5 - 8 feet with local sets to 10 feet. Surfers should head to the northern Orange County or southern San Diego county for the best waves.
Here's a look at rain totals for the last 24 hours according to the NWS:
Montgomery Field .21
Brown Field .29
San Diego drivers battled the heaviest rainfall Tuesday during the afternoon rush hour. Along Interstate 805, near State Route 54, a semi truck lost control for just but a split second but on the wet roads, that's all it took to create a bottleneck for commuters.
The truck struck the cement center divide so hard, CHP officers said the semi popped up on top of it and grinded across it like a skateboarder until the truck finally struck a column on the SR54 overpass.
It took more than two hours to hoist the semi off the center divide and tow it away.
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