SAN DIEGO — Travelers in and out of San Diego International Airport found their flight plans either delayed or cancelled as a another atmospheric river hit the county, bringing widespread rain and strong winds.
San Diego International Airport recorded more than 207 delayed flights on Tuesday, 15 canceled, according to FlightAware.
Southwest recorded majority of the delays in and out of San Diego. However, multiple airlines were affected and experienced delays.
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Dry conditions should return by Thursday and prevail into the weekend, according to the weather service. The region could get more precipitation early next week, however, as another low-pressure system moves southward off the West Coast.
These unrelenting storms that have pounded the West Coast since the New Year have led to more rainfall in San Diego during the small part of 2023 than the entire year in 2022.
From January through December 2022, San Diego measured 5.90” of rain in total. So far in 2023 – just from January through March 15 – San Diego has measured 9.11” of rain. The City of San Diego monitoring site is located at the San Diego International Airport. The same trend was recorded in Oceanside and Ramona.
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