More than an inch of rain and 2 inches of snow has fallen in parts of San Diego County, according to reports Monday from the National Weather Service.
As of 11 p.m. Sunday, 1.38 inches of rain was recorded in Flinn Springs and 2 inches of snow was recorded at Palomar Mountain Birch Hill at 5,700 feet over the past 24 hours.
There was 0.64 inches of rain recorded at Miramar, 0.79 inches recorded in Harbison Canyon and 0.61 inches in Mesa Grande.
Isolated showers are expected to linger through the morning. Strong north winds are in the forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Light showers and low snow levels are also expected with another storm expected to bring rain over the weekend.
In response to the wind forecast, schools in the Mountain Empire Unified School District will be closed on Tuesday, according to the San Diego County Office of Education.
In addition, schools in the Julian Union Elementary School District will have a late start on Tuesday.
But schools in the Spencer Valley and Warner Unified school districts, which late starts on Monday, will operate under their regular schedules Tuesday.
Updated 6:50 p.m. Feb. 13, 2023.