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Flood Advisory issued January 17 at 5:40AM PST by NWS Oxnard
Los Angeles The National Weather Service in OXNARD has issued a * Flood Advisory for... Eastern Ventura County in southwestern California... Most of Los Angeles County in southwestern California... * Until 830 AM PST. * At 531 AM PST, Doppler radar and rain gauges indicated widespread moderate rain across the county with numerous embedded heavy showers. Rainfall rates were highly variable, but generally averaged 0.15 to 0.30 inches per hour, with local rainfall rates up to 0.50 inches per hour. This highest rainfall rates were located in the foothills and mountains, especially on and below south and southwest facing slopes. * The rain will cause widespread ponding of water on area roadways through the morning commute with flooding of low lying areas and intersections. * Some locations that will experience flooding include... Los Angeles, Long Beach, Hollywood, Thousand Oaks, Malibu, Inglewood, Hollywood, Culver City, Burbank, Pasadena, Santa Clarita, the South and Stone burn areas, and portions of the Woolsey and Hill burn areas. In and around the burn areas, minor mudslides and rockslides are possible. Turn around, don`t drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles. Move away from recently burned areas if safe to do so. Minor flooding of creeks, roads and normally dry arroyos is likely. The rain will likely trigger shallow mud and debris flows, minor rock falls, and flooding capable of localized damage, especially in steep terrain near burn scars.
High Surf Advisory issued January 16 at 10:08PM PST until January 17 at 2:00PM PST by NWS Oxnard
Catalina and Santa Barbara Islands; Los Angeles County Coast including Downtown Los Angeles ...EXTENDED PERIOD OF HIGH SURF FOR SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA THROUGH FRIDAY... ...VERY LARGE DAMAGING SURF, MODERATE COASTAL FLOODING AND SIGNIFICANT BEACH EROSION FOR AT LEAST CENTRAL COAST BEACHES THURSDAY AFTERNOON INTO FRIDAY... ...HIGH SURF ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 2 PM PST THURSDAY... ...HIGH SURF WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 2 PM THURSDAY TO 9 PM PST FRIDAY... ...COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 11 PM THURSDAY TO 9 PM PST FRIDAY... * Surf...Breaking waves of 5 to 8 feet will continue through Thursday morning. Surf will increase rapidly late Thursday to 6 to 10 feet, finally reaching 10 to 15 feet Friday morning. The surf will begin to subside late Friday but high surf condition will persist into Saturday morning. The highest surf will be on west-facing beaches. * Coastal flooding...High tides of 6 to 6.5 feet at 6 AM Thursday and 6.5 to 7 feet at 7 AM Friday will coincide with the building surf. Minor coastal flooding is possible Thursday, with moderate coastal flooding and significant beach erosion likely on Friday. * Impacts...There is an increased risk for ocean drowning. Rip currents can pull swimmers and surfers out to sea. Large breaking waves can cause injury...wash people off beaches and rocks...and capsize small boats near shore. Moderate coastal flooding is possible over low-lying coastal areas including beaches, beach parking lots and harbor walkways, and with vulnerable coastal roadways during the highest surf and tides. A High Surf Warning indicates that dangerous...battering waves will pound the shoreline. This will result in life-threatening conditions. Swim near a lifeguard. If caught in a rip current, relax and float. Don`t swim against the current. If able, swim in a direction following the shoreline. If unable to escape, face the shore and call or wave for help. A Coastal Flood Advisory indicates that surf and tides will combine to generate flooding of low areas along the shore.
Flash Flood Watch issued January 17 at 2:42AM PST until January 17 at 1:00PM PST by NWS Oxnard
Los Angeles County Coast including Downtown Los Angeles; Los Angeles County Mountains excluding the Santa Monica Range; Los Angeles County San Fernando Valley; Santa Clarita Valley; Santa Monica Mountains Recreational Area; Ventura County Coast; Ventura County Coastal Valleys ...PERIODS OF HEAVY RAIN POSSIBLE TODAY THAT COULD TRIGGER MUD AND DEBRIS FLOWS IN AND NEAR RECENT BURN SCARS ACROSS LOS ANGELES...VENTURA...AND SANTA BARBARA COUNTIES... .The last in a series of storms will move through the area today generating periods of heavy rain that could trigger shallow mud and debris flows in and near recent burn scars across Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara Counties. These include the Hill, Sherpa, South, Stone, Thomas, Whittier and Woolsey burn scars. ...FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1 PM PST THIS AFTERNOON... The Flash Flood Watch continues for * the Woolsey, Hill, South, and Stone burn scars in Los Angeles and eastern Ventura Counties * Through 1 pm PST this afternoon * Peak rainfall rates from 0.50 to 0.75 inch per hour * Rainfall of this intensity can produce shallow mud and debris flows in and near recent burn areas. In addition, localized flooding is possible across other parts of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, along with rockslides and mudslides that could produce road closures. Flash flooding and debris flows will be a particular threat in and below the recently burned areas. A flash flood watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation. Southern California residents, in or below the recently burned areas are urged to take the steps necessary to protect their property. Persons in the watch area should remain alert and follow directions of emergency preparedness officials.
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