Numerous showers continue with isolated thunderstorms, strong wind


Last updated 2/27/2010 at Noon

Nicolas Road Park in Temecula flooded from the rain that came through earlier.

SAN DIEGO - A storm that brought more than an inch and a half of rain to the mountains of San Diego County today was expected to continue tonight with brief, scattered showers, according to the National Weather Service.

The storm is moving east fast, and still carries a threat of isolated thunderstorms, strong winds and dangerous boating conditions.

The weather is expected to clear tomorrow afternoon, but a high surf advisory remains in effect until Monday morning.

Today's showers caused numerous vehicles to spin out and overturn on county freeways, including one crash that closed transi...

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