Issued Zones: San Diego/Riverside Mountains … Eastern San Bernardino Mountains … Lucerne Valley north to Barstow and Fort Irwin …
Site: Southern California Weather Force has issued a Flash Flood Watch effective Monday …
Date Issued: 7/17/22 at 12:35pm local
Forecast: Monsoon moisture is affecting the region today, bringing isolated activity. Impulses moving out of Arizona and Mexico on Monday will bring an upswing in activity to the watch areas.
Activity is expected to reach flash flood threshold with precipitable values of over 1.2 inches and strong instability. Thunderstorms will quickly form, so those out on a lake or the middle of a flood plain should monitor the skies and/or cancel your outing if in the flood watch zone.
Storms will move from south to north along the mountain spine …
A SCWF Flash Flood Watch means conditions are favorable for flash flooding to occur in or around the watch areas.
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