Many San Diegans were awakened by light but steady rain as a storm front swept across the county early Wednesday.
Parts of California and Nevada braced for another powerful storm after getting lashed by downpours that flooded roads, homes and vineyards and toppled a storied giant sequoia.
San Diego County was walloped with a band of heavy rain on Monday morning, but the forecast shows the event will be short lived.
The drought no longer exists, at least in parts of California.
It was a very wet year San Diego County, for a region that's still recovering from a long, nasty drought.
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Northern New England is feeling the effects of a powerful nor'easter that is dumping a foot or more of snow on some parts of the region and making travel treacherous. The storm, which also is bringing drenching...
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San Diego was soaked by a powerful storm Thursday that may produce thunderstorms before moving east.
The weekend storm could produce plenty of nice, fresh powder for those planning on skiing or boarding on Christmas Day.
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