A mild autumn storm out of the north moved over the San Diego area Thursday, delivering modest rainfall amounts while ushering in a spate of traffic headaches. “It’s healthy to have a diversity of weather because we’re so spoiled with having sunshine,” said Matthew Curo. The blustery atmospheric pattern generated the strongest showers in the northern and eastern reaches of county, according to the National Weather Service.
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