High Winds, Rain Possible on Thanksgiving Weekend

Thanksgiving in San Diego will really feel like fall, as lingering showers, high winds and cooler temperatures are all expected.

After early morning rain showers Wednesday, NBC 7 meteorologist Jodi Kodesh said there was still a slight chance for showers to pass through the San Diego region through Friday.

Along with the possible showers, high winds are expected in the mountains. Gusts reaching 45 mph are possible, Kodesh said.

Along the coastline, strong tides known as the King Tides were expected to reach more than 7 feet high and residents were advised to prepare for coastal flooding and dangerous rip currents.

Already Wednesday, residents in Point Loma and Spring Valley were seeing street flooding.

Other areas that could be susceptible to flooding include Imperial Beach, Mission Beach, La Jolla Shores, Cardiff and Oceanside, according to the National Weather Service.

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