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January 28, 2021 10:48AM
Flood Watch
National Weather Service San Diego CA
332 AM PST Thu Jan 28 2021

San Diego County Coastal Areas-San Bernardino and Riverside County
Valleys-The Inland Empire-San Diego County Valleys-San Bernardino
County Mountains-Riverside County Mountains-Santa Ana Mountains and
Foothills-San Diego County Mountains-Orange County Coastal Areas-
Orange County Inland Areas-
Including the cities of Vista, Ontario, Santee, Idyllwild-Pine Cove,
Fontana, Garden Grove, Fullerton, Orange, Santa Ana, National City,
Riverside, Poway, Big Bear Lake, Oceanside, Big Bear City, San
Diego, Lake Arrowhead, Irvine, El Cajon, Newport Beach, Escondido,
Chula Vista, Crestline, San Clemente, Wrightwood, Corona, Anaheim,
Huntington Beach, San Bernardino, Moreno Valley, Mission Viejo,
Laguna Beach, Julian, Pine Valley, Costa Mesa, La Mesa, Encinitas,
Running Springs, San Marcos, Carlsbad, and Rancho Cucamonga
332 AM PST Thu Jan 28 2021


The Flash Flood Watch continues for

* Coast, valleys, and mountains below 5500 feet in southwestern

* From this evening through Friday afternoon

* Showers with moderate to locally heavy rainfall will impact areas
west of the mountains below 5500 feet, including the Apple, El
Dorado, Bond, Silverado, Blueridge, and Valley burn scars. Showers
will develop this evening, becoming more widespread tonight into
Friday. The heaviest rain is expected to begin before midnight,
lasting through 6 AM Friday with periods of showers continuing
through Friday afternoon. Rainfall rates of 0.50 inch to 0.60 inch
per hour are expected. There is a slight chance of thunderstorms
tonight and Friday. Rainfall is expected to range from around 1.5
inch near the coast to 2 inches near the lower coastal slopes of
the mountains, with 2 to 3 inches of rainfall on coastal slopes of
the mountains below 5500 feet.

* Heavy rainfall can lead to areas of flash flooding, as well as mud
and debris flows near burn scars, especially the Apple, El Dorado,
and Bond burn scars.


Stay away or be swept away. Know your escape routes. Be ready to act
immediately and heed all evacuation orders. Keep updated on the
latest weather forecasts.




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