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A Winter Storm At Last

Flooding and school closures come after the rain and snow



    The rain on Valentine's Day morning was unfortunately not so romantic for commuters.

    Many on-ramps and off-ramps were flooded and winds in areas such as Point Loma reached 46 miles per hour overnight.

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    The slick roads caused a FedEx tractor trailer driver to lose control around midnight on a slick I-805 near Sweetwater.

    Snow Falls on Valentine's Day

    [DGO] Snow Falls on Valentine's Day
    The mountains east of San Diego got several inches of snow early Tuesday. Kelly McPherson reports.
    (Published Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012)

    The truck blocked off traffic for a few hours while the CHP investigated. No one was injured.

    Light rain is expected to continue through the morning. In the evening, the rain may clear up, but will return Wednesday.

    Snow hit the mountain areas Monday night as well. All schools in Julian are closed Tuesday.

    Valentines Day Storm Sweeps Through County

    [DGO] Valentines Day Storm Sweeps Through County
    Schools in Julian closed and roads were slick in the mountains after a winter storm made its way through San Diego.
    (Published Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012)

    On Monday night, by midnight, the CHP reported 51 accidents, which was actually a normal amount of accidents, the CHP said.

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