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wgus86 klox 171053

flood advisory
national weather service oxnard ca
253 am pst thu jan 17 2019

santa barbara ca-
253 am pst thu jan 17 2019

...the flood advisory remains in effect until 530 am pst for santa
barbara county...

at 245 am pst, doppler radar and rain gauges continued to indicate 
widespread moderate to heavy rain across santa barbara county. 
average rainfall rates were between 0.30 and 0.60 inches per hour. 
however there were a few locations in northern santa barbara county 
that exceeded and inch of rain per hour. expect rainfall rates to 
continue to remain high, especially across the southern santa 
barbara county and adjacent santa ynez range and in the foothills on 
and below south facing slopes.

isolated thunderstorms are expected as well this morning. peak 
rainfall rates of 0.60 to 1.00 inches are possible near 
thunderstorms and in the foothills and mountains. the rain will 
cause widespread ponding of water on area roadways this morning with 
flooding of low lying areas and intersections.

in and around the thomas, sherpa and whittier burn areas, shallow 
mudslides and rockslides are possible. 
some locations that will experience flooding include... santa 
barbara, carpinteria, santa maria, lompoc, buellton,  goleta, 
montecito and the thomas, sherpa and whittier burn areas.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

turn around, don't drown when encountering flooded roads. most flood
deaths occur in vehicles.

be especially cautious at night when it is harder to recognize the
dangers of flooding.

move away from recently burned areas. minor 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.


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