October 30, 2014 at 2:28 pm

Pacific Storm Anthony, Category Two, Announced Into Southern California on Halloween

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The first name on our Pacific Storm list this year is Anthony.  A storm has to be a Category Two or higher in order to obtain a name.  Some areas will see Pacific Storm criteria, others will see depression, or category one criteria.  Find out what your area is in for by reading on.

Pacific Storm Anthony is officially a category two system, heading in on Halloween for Southern California.  The storm system will bring heavy rainfall, thunderstorm chances, and 20 mph wind gusts on the front for the following areas;San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara County, Los Angeles County, Kern County, Orange County, and the Inland Empire areas.

Anthony however will not be a category two for the following areas;
San Diego County, all desert regions, San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego Mountains.



Those areas will see category one conditions, which is for a light to moderate type front coming in for San Diego as previously posted in the last update.

Gusty winds will be likely across the mountain and desert regions.  The team will be bringing the alerts out over our system today.  You will receive such later today if in the affected areas.

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