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Flash Flood Watch
Issued: 6:59 PM Jan. 27, 2021 – National Weather Service
...FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING THROUGH FRIDAY
AFTERNOON...

The National Weather Service in San Diego has issued a

* Flash Flood Watch for a portion of southwest California, including
the following areas, the Apple burn scar, El Dorado burn scar,
Bond burn scar, Silverado burn scar, Blue Ridge burn scar, and
Valley burn scar, Orange County Coastal Areas, Orange County
Inland Areas, Riverside County Mountains below 5500 ft, San
Bernardino County Mountains below 5500 ft, San Bernardino and
Riverside County Valleys-The Inland Empire, San Diego County
Coastal Areas, San Diego County Mountains below 5500 ft, San Diego
County Valleys and Santa Ana Mountains and Foothills.

* From Thursday evening through Friday afternoon

* Moderate to heavy rain showers will impact areas west of the
mountains below 5500 ft, including the Apple, El Dorado, Bond,
Silverado, Blueridge, and Valley burn scars. Showers will develop
Thursday evening, becoming more widespread late Thursday into
Friday. The heaviest rain is expected to begin before midnight on
Thursday, lasting through Friday morning in Orange County and the
Inland Empire. Periods of heavy rain are expected early Friday
morning through Friday afternoon in San Diego County. Rain rates
of 0.50 inch to 0.60 inch an hour are expected. There is a slight
chance of thunderstorms Thursday night and Friday. Rain totals of
1.25-1.50 inches, locally up to 1.70 expected for the coast,
valleys, and Inland Empire with totals 2-3 inches on the coastal
slopes of the mountains below 5500 ft.

* 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.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

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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