San Diego-On Monday morning, Rain led the National Weather Service to issue flood warnings to northern and north-central San Diego County.
The flood warnings for Carlsbad, Escondido, Fallbrook, Julian, Ramona and Vista will continue until 8 am. NWS San Diego said that so far, Oceanside has received one-half and three-quarters of the rainfall.
The California Highway Patrol dispatch center told the City News Agency that the rain caused vehicle breakdowns and minor collisions on state and federal highways in the county.
San Diego County is expected to have showers and isolated thunderstorms throughout the morning, and the severe weather on Monday afternoon will shift to the mountains and deserts.
Forecasters said that Monday the county will be very humid, with temperatures ranging from 75 to 82 degrees in coastal and inland areas, 95 to 100 degrees in desert areas, and more than 70 degrees in mountainous areas.