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November 28, 2018 11:22AM
FLOOD WATCH
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE San Diego CA
340 AM PST Wed Nov 28 2018

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San Bernardino County Mountains-Riverside County Mountains-
Santa Ana Mountains and Foothills-Orange County Inland Areas-
Including the cities of Crestline, Lake Arrowhead, Big Bear City,
Big Bear Lake, Running Springs, Wrightwood, Idyllwild-Pine Cove,
Santa Ana, Anaheim, Garden Grove, Irvine, Orange, Fullerton,
and Mission Viejo
340 AM PST Wed Nov 28 2018

...FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY MORNING
THROUGH THURSDAY EVENING FOR BURN SCAR AREAS...

The Flash Flood Watch continues for

* A portion of southwest California...including the following...
Orange County Inland Areas...Riverside County Mountains... San
Bernardino County Mountains and Santa Ana Mountains and
Foothills.

* From Thursday morning through Thursday evening.

* A Pacific storm will bring periods of moderate to locally heavy
rainfall to Southern California for Thursday. The rain will
begin this evening, becoming locally heavy on Thursday. The
heaviest rainfall with isolated thunder possible is expected
with the cold frontal passage late Thursday morning. Hourly
rainfall rates in stronger showers and isolated thunderstorms
could approach one half to one inch in an hour. This could lead
to debris flows at recent burn scars. The time window of
greatest concern is from late Thursday morning through early
Thursday evening.

* There is the potential of flash flooding and debris flows at
recent burn scar locations. This includes the Holy Fire,
Cranston Fire, Canyon 1 and 2 Fires, and the Valley Fire burn
scars.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Heavy rainfall could cause debris flows in recent burn areas
according to rainfall thresholds provided by the USGS. Debris
flows are extremely dangerous and happen suddenly often with
little time to act. It may even not be raining at your location
to be impacted by a debris flow.

You should monitor the latest forecasts. Heed any advice given
from local authorities.

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Flash Flood Watch

Rick92November 28, 2018 11:22AM

Re: Flash Flood Watch

LBNguyen45November 29, 2018 07:47PM



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