San Diego County is feeling the impacts of Hurricane Kay, which is coming up from Mexico.
While the hurricane won't directly hit San Diego, the National Weather Service says the County could see up to an inch of rain along the coast and the inland valleys, and up to five inches in the mountains and deserts through Sunday.
A flood watch starts at 8:00 AM Friday in the mountains and deserts.
Cal fire and the County are offering free sandbags at 29 fire stations, including nine that are also offering sand on site.
A high wind watch will be in effect at 6:00 AM for nearly all of San Diego.
Wind speeds in the mountains and valleys could reach 80 miles per hour, and the coastal areas could hit 55 miles per hour.