Flash Flood Warning

Following Flash Flood Warning from the National Weather Service.

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Flash Flood Warning
National Weather Service San Francisco Ca
958 AM PDT Sun Oct 16 2016

The National Weather Service In The San Francisco Bay Area Has Issued A

* Flash Flood Warning For…
Southwestern Monterey County In Central California…

* Until 600 PM PDT Sunday

* At 957 AM PDT…Doppler Radar And Automated Rain Gauges Indicated
Heavy Rain Falling Across The Warned Area. Flash Flooding Is
Expected To Begin Shortly.

* Some Locations That Will Experience Flooding Include…
Sobranes Burn Area…Big Sur Village…Lucia…
Tassajara Hot Springs…Gorda…Jamesburg…
Carmel Valley Village…Pico Blanco Campground…
Cachagua Near The Los Padres Dam…
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park…Andrew Molera State Park…
San Clemente Dam…Partington Ridge…Esalen Institute…
Big Sur Raws And Arroyo Seco Raws.

Precautionary/Preparedness Actions…

Move Away From Recently Burned Areas. Life-Threatening Flooding Of
Creeks…Roads And Normally Dry Arroyos Is Likely. The Heavy Rains
Will Likely Trigger Rockslides…Mudslides And Debris Flows In Steep
Terrain…Especially In And Around These Areas

~ by bigsurkate on October 16, 2016.

3 Responses to “Flash Flood Warning”

  1. Hi Kate

    Thanks for the info. My wife and I have vacationing here all week and first thing tomorrow are leaving for Northern California. Wondering if you had any info on road conditions on Hwy 1 between Plasket Ridge and Monterey.

    Sent from my iPhone


  2. Merde alors…

  3. Kate,

    …I’m amazed at the totals I see on the coast and the nearby ridges, but, here in CVV, no street runoff, heavy mist off and on has been the excitement of this storm. No power outages. One third of an inch would be what I guess is the closest “rain” accumulation near my residence. Once this front passes back to normal dry conditions for the week.

    …Will the Soberanes Fire spot weather stations remain intact during the “wet” winter season? I would love to see those spots be added to the CNRFC Hydrology local county site or add a link to highlight those significant station areas.

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