The powerful Pacific storm that hit San Diego Sunday boasted wind gusts as high as 80 mph, according to the National Weather Service, which released a detailed map of wind measurements on Tuesday.
The storm wreaked havoc across San Diego County, felling trees, closing roads, causing widespread power outages and postponing the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open.
The weather service clocked the following maximum winds through Monday morning:
- 80 mph at the Lucky Five Ranch
- 74 mph on Otay Mountain
- 73 mph on Volcan Mountain
- 72 mph in Julian
- 68 mph at Mission Trails Regional Park
- 67 mph at Lake Cuyamaca
- 65 mph in Point Loma
- 64 mph in Santa Ysabel
- 61 mph in Campo
- 60 mph in Boulevard
- 59 mph in Alpine, Ramona, Del Mar and Coronado
- 57 mph in Borrego Springs and Mission Beach
- 56 mph in Dulzura
- 52 mph in Oceanside and Mission Valley
- 51 mph in Camp Pendleton and Solana Beach
The winds have subsided, but we’re left with cold weather. Lows overnight Tuesday will be from 33 to 42, with a frost advisory in effect for much of east San Diego County.