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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 20, 2013


Sheriff’s Deputies are investigating the shooting death of two people this morning at a far north east San Diego County home. Last night at around 9:00 PM someone called 9-1-1 to say that two people were shoot. Deputies arrived about 5 minutes later to find one adult man and adult woman both with gunshot wounds. They were declared dead at the scene. In a press release Sheriff’s Deputies say “…we do not believe there are any outstanding suspects. Detectives are still trying to determine a motive for the shooting.” Many interpret this to mean murder/suicide but there hasn’t been any official confirmation of this.

This morning at 10 AM a San Diego County prosecutor is being sentenced today for conspiracy to obstruct justice. Allison Debow was convicted of the charge because she asked a San Diego Police Sergeant to fix a ticket for her. She was ticked for not wearing a seat belt … a $142 fine … with this conviction it’s mushroomed into possible a year in jail. Debow learns her fate at 10 AM.

This morning snow continues to fall in San Diego County’s mountains. Last night 4 inches fell at elevation over 3500 feet and about a foot at elevations over 4500 feet. Snow flurries are even blanketing elevations below 2000 feet. That’s about a 30 minute drive east of beach. So yes you could drive your pick-up to the snow, fill up your truck bed with snow, then drive to the beach and build a snowman and go surfing all with in about an hour and a half.

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Storm expected to bring snow to local mountains

Storm expected to bring snow to local mountains


[trib_ndn vid=23968534]SAN DIEGO — A cold Pacific storm is expected to bring rain and snow to San Diego County starting late Wednesday and lasting through Thursday, along with hazardous travel conditions in the mountains.

The National Weather Service said the storm will dig south along the California coast today before moving inland across Southern California Thursday.

Coastal and valley areas should see between a half-inch and three- quarters of an inch of rain from the storm, while higher elevations are expected to be blanketed by several inches of snow.

Snow in Julian“Although some light snow showers may linger over the mountains through early Friday morning, the majority of snow will occur (this evening) through Thursday evening, as the cold front moves through the area,” according to an NWS advisory.

A winter weather advisory is scheduled from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. Friday for mountain areas, including Cuyamaca, Julian and Mount Laguna. According…

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