Issued Zones: San Luis Obispo / Santa Barbara County … Los Angeles County Coast/Basin Valley … Kern Valley … Antelope to Victor Valley, including the Cajon Pass … Northern Orange County to Santa Ana Mountains … San Bernardino County Part Of the Inland Empire … Ventura County Coast/Basin …
Site: Southern California Weather Force has issued a Flood Watch effective now for Monday into Monday night …
Date: 3/14/20 at 6:40pm PT
Forecast: A cold-front will sweep the above zones, with SLO/SBA Starting earliest in the period on Monday, sweeping through by evening/night through the LA Areas. The cold-front’s lift zone is enough to provide heavy rainfall in a short period of time, which could be a high risk flooding event for some, especially in Santa Barbara to San Luis Obispo County.
Preliminary estimations are for 1-2″ in the SCV areas, 2-3″: in the Santa Barbara to San Luis Obispo County zones, and around 3/4″ for the Kern Valleys, Antelope Valley, and Northern LA/OC Valley/Basin areas.
The actual forecast for rainfall amounts will be given on the FINAL Flood Advisory/Warning products that go out by Sunday evening so stay updated to this forecast.
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