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sdg&e turns off power to parts of inland san diego county as winds gust to 75 mp


sdg&e turned off the power to more than 800 customers in six areas in east county and north county on wednesday night to protect the power grid and minimize the risk of wildfires as a santa ana wind storm picked up speed.forecasters say the winds gust to 75 mph at sill hill, near descanso, which is the speed of a category 1 hurricane. palomar mountain hit 58 mph and julian reached 43 mph.sdg&e said earlier wednesday that it had notified 170,000 people, mostly in east county, that they could lose power as the windstorm turned extreme on thursday.as of 9:42 p.m. wednesday, the utility had turned off power in parts of west descanso, viejas, boulder creek, live oak springs, boulevard, jucumba, japatul valley, buckman springs and morena valley, santa ysabel, wynola, and pine hills, valley cente






san diego faces 'extreme' wildfire danger starting late tonight


the santa ana winds that have stoked hellacious wildfires in ventura and los angeles counties will spread into san diego county late tonight, creating an ‘’extreme’’ wildfire danger that will last through late thursday.during that period, “san diego county will be the windiest place in southern california,” says stephen harrison, a forecaster at the national weather service in rancho bernardo.“the winds will start to pick up about 10 p.m. wednesday, and will really get going at around sunrise on thursday.”harrison said the winds could hit 80 to 90 mph on the mountain peaks in east county, and gust 35 to 45 mph, with occasional blasts of 55 mph, in places like pine valley, san diego estates, julian, campo and alpine.the winds also will gust 20 to 30 mph on thursday along the coast, from rou






red flag fire warning issued for most of san diego county


a red flag fire warning will be in effect for the san diego county mountains and adjoining valleys and foothills starting monday morning and lasting until early tuesday due to the onset of santa ana winds.“developing offshore flow will bring strong and gusty northeast to east winds late (sunday) into monday evening, weakening late monday night into tuesday,” the national weather service says in an advisory.forecasters said very low relative humidity, coupled with the winds, will pose a critical fire weather threat to much of southern california.local east to northeast winds are expected to strengthen to 20 to 30 mph by monday morning, while gusts could reach 45 to 50 mph. winds are supposed to weaken tuesday morning.forecasters expect humidity to fall to 8 to 12 percent monday, with “poor






denver will have a mostly sunny week, with brisk winds on sunday


strong winds are expected in the foothills, and the denver metro area sunday, according to the national weather service in boulder.winds could gust up to 50 miles-per-hour in the foothills, with rain and snow showers. winds could gust up to 40 mph in the western parts of the metro area, said kyle frieden, nws meteorologist. winds are also expected to be high on the eastern plains.sunday is expected to be mostly sunny, with a high of 55 degrees in denver, and temperatures should creep up to 60 degrees on monday.the sun will shine throughout the week, and wind should calm before tuesday. temperatures will hover in the lower to mid-70s for the rest of the week.






denver will have a mostly sunny week, with brisk winds on sunday


strong winds are expected in the foothills, and the denver metro area sunday, according to the national weather service in boulder.winds could gust up to 50 miles-per-hour in the foothills, with rain and snow showers. winds could gust up to 40 mph in the western parts of the metro area, said kyle frieden, nws meteorologist. winds are also expected to be high on the eastern plains.sunday is expected to be mostly sunny, with a high of 55 degrees in denver, and temperatures should creep up to 60 degrees on monday.the sun will shine throughout the week, and wind should calm before tuesday. temperatures will hover in the lower to mid-70s for the rest of the week.click here for more denver7 weather coverage.






record heat, strong winds could fan wildfires across san diego county


the national weather service says that record heat and gusty santa ana winds could fan wildfires on monday and tuesday across san diego county, where the weather has been unusually warm and the vegetation is dry.the dangerous weather conditions come exactly 10 years after the county experienced a historic series of firestorms that killed 10 people and destroyed more than 1,700 homes.the new threat is posed by dry santa ana winds, which will intermittently blow across the county from sunday into tuesday, the weather service says. at the same time, the relative humidity will drop to 10 percent, or less, contributing to the wildfire danger.so will the winds. forecasters say the santa anas will push hot air all the way to the coast, pushing beach temperatures to 90 or higher on monday and tues






red flag fire warning issued for most of san diego county


a red flag fire warning will be in effect for the san diego county mountains and adjoining valleys and foothills starting monday morning and lasting until early tuesday due to the onset of strong santa ana winds.“developing offshore flow will bring strong and gusty northeast to east winds late tonight into monday evening, weakening late monday night into tuesday,” the national weather service says in an advisory.forecasters said very low relative humidity, coupled with strong and gusty winds, will pose a critical fire weather threat to much of the southern california region.local east to northeast winds are expected to strengthen to 20 to 30 mph by monday morning while gusts could reach 45 to 50 mph. winds are supposed to weaken tuesday morning.forecasters expect humidity to fall 8 to 12 p






winds could hit 60 mph friday on san diego county coastline


a powerful pacific storm could generate 50-60 mph winds along the san diego county coastline on friday, and drop 1’’ to 2” of rain by the time the system moves off to the east late saturday, the national weather service says.forecasters say that a high wind warning will be in effect for san diego county from 7 a.m. friday to 2 a.m. on saturday. the brunt of the storm is expected to hit between 6 p.m. friday and early saturday morning. the storm could produce flash flooding across san diego county. forecasters also said that the winds could cause power outages across the county. the weather service said in an advisory thursday afternoon, “ as this system moves inland on friday, confidence is high on a significant wind storm affecting all of southern california during  the period of 2 pm - m






red flag weather warning issued for parched san diego county


the national weather service says that record heat and gusty santa ana winds could fan wildfires on monday and tuesday across san diego county, where the weather has been unusually warm and the vegetation is dry.forecasters have issued a red flag fire weather warning for the county’s inland valleys, foothills and mountains, and an excessive heat watch for the coastal zone. the dangerous weather conditions come exactly 10 years after the county experienced a historic series of firestorms that killed 10 people and destroyed more than 1,700 homes.the new threat is posed by dry santa ana winds, which will intermittently blow across the county from sunday into tuesday, the weather service says. at the same time, the relative humidity will drop to 10 percent, or less, contributing to the wildfir






sdg&e shuts down power in descanso due to high winds


san diego gas & electric de-energized a circuit in the sill hill area of descanso tuesday morning, shutting off power to 87 customers as santa ana winds started to buffet parts of san diego county.sdg&e officials said power was shut off for safety reasons due to potentially dangerous wildfire conditions aggravated by santa ana winds.the utility also placed outbound dialer calls to customers in green valley falls, cuyamaca, viejas and boulder creek, alerting them that power outages are more likely in windy conditions and telling them to be prepared with flashlights, extra batteries and an emergency preparedness plan.the national weather service issued a red flag warning for san diego and southern orange county, warning of high winds until midnight friday. meteorologists are looking at late






red flag fire warnings in effect through sunday in los angeles, ventura and oran


red flag warnings, indicating an extreme fire danger, have been issued this weekend for los angeles, ventura and orange counties due to high winds and low humidity, according to the national weather service.the warnings are in effect until noon sunday for orange county and until 6 p.m. sunday for los angeles and ventura counties, said meteorologists with the national weather service in oxnard and san diego.hot and dry winds coming from the north could gust as high as 30-45 mph, said meteorologist john dumas in oxnard. wind advisories are in effect until 2 p.m. sunday, he said. winds will be strongest in canyons. they are expected to subside by monday, though humidity could remain low through tuesday."i know it’s not blowing now, but we are still expecting the winds to kick up later this af






powerful santa ana winds could affect traffic across much of san diego county fr


a late season santa ana windstorm will sweep through parts of east county and north county on friday night and early saturday, possibly downing trees and kicking up lots of dust.driving could become hazardous on many roadways, particularly the eastern stretch of i-8, says the national weather service.forecasters said the santa anas will begin blowing across the county’s deserts and mountains on friday, and are likely to peak between 6 a.m. and noon on saturday. the wind is expected to gust to 60 mph in the cuyamaca mountains, and to 50 mph in alpine and in campo.the winds also could reach roughly 40 mph in julian and ramona.“i wouldn’t be surprised if the chp temporarily bans high profile vehicles from using i-8 or friday night, or early saturday,” said mark moede, a weather service foreca






powerful santa ana winds could affect traffic across much of san diego county fr


a late season santa ana windstorm will sweep through parts of east county and north county on friday night and early saturday, possibly downing trees and kicking up lots of dust.driving could become hazardous on many roadways, particularly the eastern stretch of i-8, says the national weather service.forecasters said the santa anas will begin blowing across the county’s deserts and mountains on friday, and are likely to peak between 6 a.m. and noon on saturday. the wind is expected to gust to 60 mph in the cuyamaca mountains, and to 50 mph in alpine and in campo.the winds also could reach roughly 40 mph in julian and ramona.“i wouldn’t be surprised if the chp temporarily bans high profile vehicles from using i-8 or friday night, or early saturday,” said mark moede, a weather service foreca






more than 26,000 lose power in l.a. county as strong winds topple trees


more than 26,000 customers lost power late thursday as powerful winds hit los angeles county, toppling trees and damaging electric lines.the winds ranged from 15 to 40 mph, but the national weather service said gusts could reach 65 mph in parts of the l.a. county mountains.more than 21,280 los angeles department of water and power customers had lost power, mostly in central and south l.a., according to carol tucker, a spokeswoman for the utility.outages were spread across the city but particularly focused in exposition park near usc, los feliz, hollywood, echo park, highland park, el sereno and palms, tucker said.communities in the san fernando valley did not appear to have been hit as hard by the wind. seventy customers were without power in north hollywood, she said.there was no timetabl






powerful winds topple trees and leave thousands without power in l.a. county


more than 14,000 customers remained without power friday morning as powerful winds hit los angeles county, toppling trees and damaging electric lines.winds ranged from 15 to 55 mph throughout los angeles county overnight, according to the national weather service. the strongest wind gust was measured at 71 mph at whitaker peak at an elevation of 4,120 feet, the weather service said. gusts reached 51 mph at the palmdale regional airport; 49 mph in santa monica; 43 mph in beverly hills; 40 mph in inglewood and 35 mph in downtown los angeles and echo park.strong winds will continue to blow across southern california on friday and saturday, forecasters said. gusts could range from 45 to 65 mph in the antelope valley and los angeles county mountains.“the gusts across most coastal and valley are






powerful winds topple trees and leave thousands without power in l.a. county


powerful winds stoked a house fire, toppled trees and knocked out power to thousands of los angeles county residents overnight as forecasters warned gusts would continue friday.wild winds caused havoc across los angeles and fueled a blaze that erupted just after 2:30 a.m. inside a converted garage in exposition park. more than 90 firefighters tackled the wind-driven fire as flames spread to a neighboring home, causing significant damage.according to the national weather service, winds ranged from 15 to 55 mph throughout los angeles county overnight. the strongest wind gust was measured at 71 mph at whitaker peak at an elevation of 4,120 feet, the weather service said.gusts reached 51 mph at the palmdale regional airport; 49 mph in santa monica; 43 mph in beverly hills; 40 mph in inglewood






wildfire risk to spike as winds, heat come to san diego county


high temperatures will combine with low humidity and strong winds to raise the wildfire danger across san diego county this weekend and early next week, says the national weather service, which is prepared to issue fire weather warnings, possibly as early as saturday.high pressure will build over the great basin, producing santa ana winds that will periodically gust all of the way to the coast and lift temperatures far above average.“weak to moderate strength santa ana winds likely (occur) saturday through at least monday, with daytime humidity falling down to at or below 10 percent sunday and monday (with very poor overnight recoveries) along with hot conditions and gusty northeast winds (15-25 mph gusting 30-40 mph and locally 50 mph),” the weather service says in an advisory.“this would






winds reach 100 mph on mount washington


mount washington, n.h. (ap) — winds have reached over 100 mph (160 kilometers per hour) at the mount washington observatory and temperatures got down to 40 below zero at the highest peak in the northeast.the new hampshire observatory, site of some of the world’s worst weather, last month recorded a 130 mph (160 kilometers per hour) wind gust during the northeast storm. the summit, at more than 6,200 feet (1,900 meters), once held the world record for the fastest wind gust at 231 mph (372 kph) in 1934.friday’s frigid conditions didn’t stop the observatory’s tom padham from battling the whipping winds. in a post on the observatory’s facebook page , padham straps on a pair of goggles and heads outside. the winds stand him up and he can be seen almost losing his footing.






beautiful 'mountain wave' clouds possible thursday in san diego county


strong winds will blow over san diego county’s laguna and cuyamaca mountains thursday, possibly producing majestic “mountain waves,” the term used to describe lenticular clouds. such clouds can take the shape of pop culture’s idea of a ufo, or a stack of pancakes. forecasters say the clouds form when winds draft over mountain terrain and cool off enough to produce condensation. “we only see these kind of clouds 5 to 10 times of year in san diego county,” said brandt maxwell, a forecaster at the national weather service in rancho bernardo. if they form, the mountain waves will come to life on the eastern side of the mountains, in the county’s desert regions. maxwell says there is a good chance the clouds will form over a roughly 8-hour period, starting thursday afternoon, when the winds are






downed trees, power outages in parts of pennsylvania


philadelphia (ap) — the rain that soaked pennsylvania is ending, however strong winds that downed trees and power lines remain a problem.nearly 22,000 homes and businesses are without electricity monday, mainly in the central part of the state. downed trees are mostly to blame.the national weather service says west winds of 15 to 25 mph (24 kph to 40 kph) could gust to 50 mph (80 kph) before decreasing around midday.a flash flood watch is in effect for lycoming, sullivan, and tioga through monday morning.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.smaller streams and creeks are most susceptible to flash flooding and may spill out of their banks into adjacent fields.additional localized flooding of poor drainage and low-lying areas is likely especially where leaves have blocke






is san diego prepared for wildfires? 10 tips firefighters tell their own familie


the national weather service has issued a warning that san diego county faces “extreme” wildfire danger this week, making it the perfect time to review safety tips and fine-tune your evacuation plan to make sure you and your family are prepared.weather forecasters are predicting that the santa ana winds that have whipped up several dangerous fires in los angeles and ventura counties will be strongest wednesday night and thursday. parts of east county could see wind speeds as high as 90 mph, while other parts of san diego could see a range of 30-65 mph.national weather service forecaster stephen harrison told the san diego union-tribune’s gary robbins that “san diego county will be the windiest place in southern california, and that could bring problems.”see: sdg&e warns 170,000 customers t






winds could hit 60 mph friday on san diego county coastline


a powerful pacific storm could generate 50- to 60-mph winds along the san diego county coastline on friday, and drop one to two inches of rain by the time the system moves off to the east late saturday, the national weather service said.forecasters said a high-wind warning will be in effect for the region from 7 a.m. friday to 2 a.m. saturday. the brunt of the storm is expected to hit between 6 p.m. friday and early saturday morning. the system could produce flash flooding across san diego county. the weather service said in its advisory thursday afternoon: “as this system moves inland on friday, confidence is high on a significant wind storm affecting all of southern california during the period of 2 p.m. to midnight ... wind gusts of 50 to 60 mph are expected from the coast to the valley






storm could drop inch of rain along county's coast


the first storm of spring could drop an inch of rain at near the san diego county coastline wednesday through thursday, according to the national weather service.inland mountains could get up to 2 inches of precipitation before the system shuffles off to the east.forecasters said the storm system, which arose in the eastern pacific, should keep daytime high temperatures in the low 60s — which would be a few degrees below normal. strong winds are not expected.the extended forecast calls for clearing on friday and possibly more rain on saturday or sunday.since oct. 1, san diego international airport has recorded 11.63 inches of rain, which is 2.96 inches above normal.three must-see headlines 'die-in' at issa's office protests changes to health caresan diego may change sidewalk policy in wake






winds could hit 60 mph friday along county coastline


a powerful pacific storm could generate 50- to 60-mph winds along the san diego county coastline on friday, and drop one to two inches of rain by the time the system moves off to the east late saturday, the national weather service said.forecasters said a high-wind warning will be in effect for the region from 7 a.m. friday to 2 a.m. saturday. the brunt of the storm is expected to hit between 6 p.m. friday and early saturday morning. the system could produce flash flooding across san diego county. the weather service said in its advisory thursday afternoon: “as this system moves inland on friday, confidence is high on a significant wind storm affecting all of southern california during the period of 2 p.m. to midnight ... wind gusts of 50 to 60 mph are expected from the coast to the valley






first responders watch for wildfires as strong, dry winds lash inland san diego


santa ana winds were gusting more than 51 mph tuesday, raising the prospect of wildfires in san diego county, which has been experiencing one of the driest autumns on record.a red flag warning remains in effect for the coastline, and a high wind warning is in effect for the rest of the county. the alerts are likely to stay in effect through late thursday.firefighters are monitoring conditions across the region so they can pounce on any outbreak of wildfire. they’re trying to short-circuit the sort of wildfire that has destroyed 150 buildings burned more than 45,000 acres of land in ventura county since monday night.sdg&e weather stations report that the wind has gusted to 53 mph at sill hill in east county, and 44 at fallbrook. the winds also have hit 51 mph in alpine, creating a driving h






the latest: severe storm knocks out power in pennsylvania


hartford, conn. — the latest on a severe storm packing heavy rain and high wind sweeping through the northeast (all times local):6:30 a.m.the rain that soaked pennsylvania is ending, however strong winds that downed trees and power lines remain a problem.nearly 22,000 homes and businesses are without electricity monday, mainly in the central part of the state. downed trees are mostly to blame.the national weather service says west winds of 15 to 25 mph (24 kph to 40 kph) could gust to 50 mph (80 kph) before decreasing around midday.a flash flood watch is in effect for lycoming, sullivan, and tioga through monday morning.smaller streams and creeks are most susceptible to flash flooding and may spill out of their banks into adjacent fields.additional localized flooding of poor drainage and l






winds could hit 60 mph friday along county coastline


a powerful pacific storm could generate 50- to 60-mph winds along the san diego county coastline on friday, and drop one to two inches of rain by the time the system moves off to the east late saturday, the national weather service said. rainfall could reach 2.5 inches in the mountains. forecasters said a high-wind warning will be in effect for the region from 7 a.m. friday to 2 a.m. saturday. the brunt of the storm is expected to hit between 6 p.m. friday and early saturday morning. the system could produce flash flooding across san diego county. and the weather service says, “downed trees/power lines and structural damage (are)  likely. dangerous driving conditions for high profile vehicles.”the weather service added in an advisory thursday afternoon: “as this system moves inland on frid






winds gusting to 60 mph cause thousands to lose power


winds gusting to more than 60 miles per hour over the past 24 hours have brought down trees and power lines across the metro area wednesday morning.at 8:30 a.m., about 4,000 customers in the metro were without power, a spokesman for xcel energy said.outages were scattered across the twin cities, with about 2,000 outages reported in the west metro and 1,800 in the east metro, said spokesman matt lindstrom.that number is down from 95,000 outages reported monday night and tuesday in xcel’s service area, which includes much of minnesota and parts of wisconsin. by wednesday morning 85,000 of those customers were back on line, lindstrom said.high winds were the culprit in most of the outages as tree branches fell onto power lines, lindstrom said.overnight and into wednesday morning, winds howled






winds gusting to 60 mph cause thousands to lose power


winds gusting to more than 60 miles per hour over the past 24 hours have brought down trees and power lines across the metro area wednesday morning.at 8:30 a.m., about 4,000 customers in the metro were without power, a spokesman for xcel energy said.outages were scattered across the twin cities, with about 2,000 outages reported in the west metro and 1,800 in the east metro, said spokesman matt lindstrom.that number is down from 95,000 outages reported monday night and tuesday in xcel’s service area, which includes much of minnesota and parts of wisconsin. by wednesday morning 85,000 of those customers were back on line, lindstrom said.high winds were the culprit in most of the outages as tree branches fell onto power lines, lindstrom said.overnight and into wednesday morning, winds howled






san diego county suffers 6th straight day of 100 degree heat


temperatures soared above 100 degrees for a sixth straight day on saturday, and the misery spread from inland valleys and foothills to the coast.“a heat wave isn’t unusual this time of year, but we only get something like this every two to three years,” said brett albright, a forecaster at the national weather service.the remnants of tropical storm lidia in baja california altered wind patterns in southern california, causing hot air from inland valleys to flow to the san diego county coastline.at 2 p.m. saturday, the temperature was 87 at san diego international airport, 84 at national city and 93 in carlsbad. gillespie field was 108, santee lakes was 107 and miramar was 101. ramona airport had hit 103 and was expected to go higher.nasaremnants of tropical storm lidia are headed for south






strong winds cause thousands of power outages across twin cities


winds gusting to more than 60 miles per hour over the past 24 hours have brought down trees and power lines across the metro area wednesday morning.at 8:30 a.m., about 4,000 customers in the metro were without power, a spokesman for xcel energy said.outages were scattered across the twin cities, with about 2,000 outages reported in the west metro and 1,800 in the east metro, said spokesman matt lindstrom.that number is down from 95,000 outages reported monday night and tuesday in xcel's service area, which includes much of minnesota and parts of wisconsin. by wednesday morning 85,000 of those customers were back on line, lindstrom said.high winds were the culprit in most of the outages as tree branches fell onto power lines, lindstrom said.overnight and into wednesday morning, winds howled






winds gusting to 60 mph cause thousands to lose power in twin cities


winds gusting to more than 60 miles per hour over the past 24 hours have brought down trees and power lines across the metro area wednesday morning.at 8:30 a.m., about 4,000 customers in the metro were without power, a spokesman for xcel energy said.outages were scattered across the twin cities, with about 2,000 outages reported in the west metro and 1,800 in the east metro, said spokesman matt lindstrom.that number is down from 95,000 outages reported monday night and tuesday in xcel’s service area, which includes much of minnesota and parts of wisconsin. by wednesday morning 85,000 of those customers were back on line, lindstrom said.high winds were the culprit in most of the outages as tree branches fell onto power lines, lindstrom said.overnight and into wednesday morning, winds howled






san diego faces similar wildfire threat as los angeles, ventura counties burn ou


as thousands of firefighters work to combat at least five uncontrolled wildfires burning across southern california — including three fires which have charred thousands of acres individually — a longtime san diego firefighter said the local risk of wildfire is as great as the region has seen since deadly blazes in 2007.the santa ana winds that have whipped up dangerous fires in ventura and los angeles counties will reach san diego county around 10 p.m. on wednesday, creating a potential for “extreme” wildfire danger through thursday, according to weather forecasts.related: san diego faces 'extreme' wildfire danger starting late tonighta forecaster at the national weather service said that san diego county will be “the windiest place in southern california” with winds as high as 80 mph to 9






warm and breezy in denver metro area, snow in the mountains – the denver post


brisk winds out of the west will help boost temperatures into the low 60s on monday, forecasters say.westerly winds could gust up to 26 mph, according to the national weather service in boulder. it will be mostly sunny monday, the nws forecasts.light snow will begin to fall in the mountains monday afternoon. it will continue to snow through wednesday. west winds could gust up to 60 mph. by wednesday, between 8 and 16 inches of new snow could fall in the mountains, the nws predicts.on monday night temperatures will drop to around 35 degrees.there is a 10 percent chance of rain after 11 a.m. on tuesday. it will be partly sunny with a high of around 60 degrees, according to weather forecasters. winds could gust up to 28 mph.rain could turn to snow late tuesday night. there is a 30 percent cha






storms shatter homes, down trees in nebraska and iowa


omaha, neb. (ap) — residents in parts of eastern nebraska and western iowa were cleaning up saturday after severe thunderstorms — some producing hurricane-force winds — shattered homes, tore down trees and left thousands without power.the national weather service in valley, just west of omaha, said storms friday night blasted omaha and surrounding areas with heavy rain, hail and wind gusts of nearly 90 mph. the service has not confirmed any tornadoes with the storm, but has sent investigators to northeastern nebraska and bellevue, just south of omaha, where the most damage was reported. no serious injuries were reported as of saturday morning.“our office here in valley recorded a gust up to 88 mph. that’s hurricane force,” said weather service meteorologist david pearson. “we have unconfir






storm could drop inch of rain along county's coast


the first storm of spring could drop an inch of rain at near the san diego county coastline wednesday through thursday, according to the national weather service.inland mountains could get up to 2 inches of precipitation before the system shuffles off to the east.forecasters said the storm system, which arose in the eastern pacific, should keep daytime high temperatures in the low 60s — which would be a few degrees below normal. strong winds are not expected.the extended forecast calls for clearing on friday and possibly more rain on saturday or sunday.since oct. 1, san diego international airport has recorded 11.63 inches of rain, which is 2.96 inches above normal.three must-see headlines comey confirms fbi probe into russia hacking in 2016 electionscarlsbad to photograph every car enteri






storm could drop inch of rain along county's coast


the first storm of spring could drop an inch of rain at near the san diego county coastline tuesday through thursday, according to the national weather service.inland mountains could get up to 2 inches of precipitation before the system shuffles off to the east.forecasters said the storm system, which arose in the eastern pacific, should keep daytime high temperatures in the low 60s — which would be a few degrees below normal. strong winds are not expected.the extended forecast calls for clearing on friday and possibly more rain on saturday or sunday.since oct. 1, san diego international airport has recorded 11.63 inches of rain, which is 2.96 inches above normal.three must-see headlines comey confirms fbi probe into russia hacking in 2016 electionscarlsbad to photograph every car entering






st. paul's new recycling system leaves some residents frustrated


as a light snow fell on st. paul’s east side, michael richie still was waiting for a eureka recycling truck to come empty his overflowing cart. two weeks, he said, no truck.“maybe they skipped me,” he said, hoping that this week would be different. “i’m running out of room.”eureka and st. paul city officials estimate that richie has had plenty of company during the past two weeks, which saw the first runs for eureka’s new automated recycling trucks with nearly 80,000 new recycling bins. then add in the new recycling days and alley pickup. for at least several hundred customers, the new system has been frustrating.“a lot has changed,” said lynn hoffman, eureka co-president. “we’re seeing normalization in sight, but it’s going to take a while.”on jan. 16, st. paul and eureka moved to a new r