Rain pounded San Diego County Saturday causing flash floods on roads and dozens of accidents.
The storm moved into San Diego around 4 a.m. and quickly moved south, spreading across the county by 8 a.m.
Showers should continue through Saturday night with possible, isolated thunderstorms.
There will be gusty winds throughout the county - a wind advisory is in effect for our mountains and deserts through 7 p.m. There is also a high surf advisory posted through Monday.
Rainfall totals are expected to range between a half-inch and one inch at the coast to 2-3 inches in the foothills and mountains.
Above 5500 feet we should end up with 2-3 feet of snow by Saturday night at Big Bear.
The storm should be east of the mountains by early Sunday ending the rain for most of us but leaving a threat.