It's wet here. Last night, precipitation fell mostly as rain, near the TC office.
At higher elevations, there is more snow. Nearly a foot of snow in Fern
Valley as you approach Humber Park, word from Pine Cove is about
4 to 6 inches of snow and our northern most
observer near Allendale reports 3/4 of an inch on the ground.
Everyone however says it's pouring outside now.
Since Sunday, Keenwild reports nearly 4.12 inches of rain has fallen.
The rain year total (since July 1, 2009) is more than 12 inches.
See the national Weather Service report below the photo and
a local inclement weather photo has been published on my Web site.
National Weather Service
san diego ca 412 am pst thu jan 21 2010
...flash flood watch for coast...valley...
and mountain areas below 6500 feet
through this evening... .
the final and strongest in a series of pacific storms
will bring periods of heavy rainfall and a chance of
thunderstorms through this evening. numerous showers and scattered thunderstorms will continue
riverside county mountains- 412 am pst thu jan 21 2010 ...
flash flood watch in effect from 8 am
pst this morning through this evening
below 6500 feet...
the National Weather Service in San Diego
has issued a
flash flood watch for a portion of southwest
california...including the following areas...
Riverside County mountains and San Bernardino
county mountains. from 8 am pst this morning
through this evening a period of heavy rainfall
is expected from mid morning through
mid afternoon followed by scattered
showers and thunderstorms.
heavy rainfall will mostly be
below 6500 feet today...and 4500 feet this evening
as the snow level lowers.
rainfall of 3 to 5 inches is expected through
friday with locally greater amounts on the
coastal slopes. precautionary/preparedness
a flash flood watch means that conditions may
develop that lead to flash flooding.flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.