Flash flood warning for southeastern San Diego County canceled

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UPDATE: The flash flood warning has been canceled.

SAN DIEGO — The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning Tuesday for southeastern San Diego County.

The warning, which was to remain in effect until 5:45 p.m., has been canceled, the NWS announced just after 3:30 p.m.

Some locations likely to experience flooding due to runoff from earlier heavy rains include:

  • Mount Laguna
  • Sunrise Highway
  • Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
  • Highway S-2 between Shelter Valley and Agua Caliente
  • Highway S-1 between Lake Cuyamaca and Mount Laguna
  • Pine Valley
  • Boulevard
  • Highway S-2 between Agua Caliente and Canebrake
  • Lake Morena
  • Campo
  • Descanso

Anyone in those areas was advised to move to higher ground.


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