Put away the shorts and flip-flops for at least one day as parts of the county will get close to an inch of rain in a cold spring storm Friday.
Laguna Mountain Lodge reported 2 inches of snow and fair road conditions at 8 a.m.
The National Weather Service forecasts scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms for most of San Diego County with the possibility of waterspouts over coastal waters.
Rain started around most sections of the county falling around 3 a.m. Friday with more expected this afternoon.
The coastal area and inland San Diego will see temperatures in the mid 50s. Local mountains will see wind, rain and snow with temperatures in the mid 30s Kodesh said.
Drivers headed east on Interstate 8 should be mindful of a winter weather advisory in effect.
Snow has fallen along northbound Interstate 5 through the Grapevine although just a dusting as of 6 a.m. Friday.
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