Winter Storm to Hit San Diego County

Some mountain areas could see up to 2 feet of snow

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    Rain, snow and wind are expected to slam parts of San Diego County Tuesday and Wednesday.

    The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather statement saying wind gusts could reach up to 35 mph at the coast on Tuesday. Up to two inches of rain could be seen throughout the county and temperatures will also be cooler than usual for San Diego. Hail is also possible for Tuesday night.

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    Mountain areas will get more extreme weather. Wind speed could reach up to 75 mph and snow is also expected. Between 4-16 inches of snow could be seen in places above 3,500 ft. elevation and areas above 4,500 ft. could see up to 2 feet of snowfall.

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    NWS warns driving could be difficult, especially in the mountains.

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