Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Flash Flood Warning for Riverside County, CA

Riverside

Flash Flood Warning

Issued at: 4:09 PM PDT on September 4, 2012, expires at: 6:15 PM PDT on September 04, 2012

The National Weather Service in Phoenix has issued a * Flash Flood Warning for... central Imperial County in southeast California... * until 615 PM PDT * at 405 PM PDT...National Weather Service meteorologists detected very heavy rain that will cause flash flooding. * Locations in the warning include but are not limited to Glamis and travelers along state 78. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Flash Flood Warning means that people along the banks of washes and creeks should move to higher ground immediately. Normally dry washes and streams will suddenly have running water and make unbridged crossings impassable. Streets...underpasses...and low spots will become inundated making driving hazardous in the warned area. Most flood deaths occur in motorized vehicles. When encountering flooded roads...make the smart choice...turn around...dont drown. Lat...Lon 3299 11525 3308 11502 3313 11493 3313 11485 3298 11486 3298 11493 3294 11525 Nolte

Areal Flood Advisory

Issued at: 3:18 PM PDT on September 4, 2012, expires at: 4:45 PM PDT on September 04, 2012

The National Weather Service in Phoenix has issued a * small stream Flood Advisory for... north central Riverside County in Southern California... south central San Bernardino County in Southern California... * until 515 PM PDT * at 317 PM PDT thunderstorms over the advisory area have produced heavy rain. Doppler radar estimates that one half up to three quarters inch rain has fallen in the last hour. This will cause normally dry washes to begin running as well as ponding of water on roadways and low lying areas. * Locations that may experience minor flooding include but are not limited to...eastern portions...including park roads and trails of Joshua Tree National Park. Precautionary/preparedness actions... Most flood deaths occur in automobiles. Never drive your vehicle into areas where the water covers the roadway. Just one foot of flowing water can be powerful enough to sweep vehicles off the Road. When encountering flooded roads make the smart choice...turn around...dont drown. Lat...Lon 3404 11548 3386 11554 3385 11587 3391 11600 3403 11588 Nolte 242 PM PDT Tue Sep 4 2012 The National Weather Service in Phoenix has issued a * small stream Flood Advisory for... central Riverside County in Southern California... this includes the city of Desert Center... * until 445 PM PDT * at 240 PM PDT thunderstorms over the advisory area have produced heavy rain. Doppler radar estimates that up to one half to three quarter inches of rain has fallen in the last 30 minutes. This will cause normally dry washes to begin running as well as ponding of water on roadways and low lying areas. Portions of this area received heavy rainfall yesterday...increasing the threat for flash flooding from areas already saturated with earlier rainfall. * Locations that may experience minor flooding include but are not limited to...Desert Center...State Route 177 northeast of Desert Center...portions of Interstate 10. Precautionary/preparedness actions... Most flood deaths occur in automobiles. Never drive your vehicle into areas where the water covers the roadway. Just one foot of flowing water can be powerful enough to sweep vehicles off the Road. When encountering flooded roads make the smart choice...turn around...dont drown. Lat...Lon 3379 11547 3382 11522 3361 11516 3362 11549 Nolte

Blowing Dust Advisory

Issued at: 3:56 PM PDT on September 4, 2012, expires at: 6:00 PM PDT on September 04, 2012

...Blowing dust advisory in effect until 6 PM PDT this evening... The National Weather Service in Phoenix has issued a blowing dust advisory...which is in effect until 6 PM PDT this evening. * Affected area...Imperial County especially between Imperial Valley and the Colorado River including the Glamis dunes area and AZ-78. * Timing...until 6 PM PDT. * Winds...up to 50 mph. * Visibility...as low as one half mile. * Impacts...localized blowing dust can be hazardous for driving. Precautionary/preparedness actions... Be ready for a sudden drop in visibility. If you encounter blowing dust or blowing sand on the roadway or see it approaching...pull off the Road as far as possible and put your vehicle in Park. Turn the lights all the way off and keep your foot off the brake pedal. Remember...pull aside...stay alive. Visit US on facebook...twitter...and at weather.Gov/Phoenix

Special Statement

Issued at: 3:33 PM PDT on September 4, 2012, expires at: 4:30 PM PDT on September 04, 2012

...Significant weather advisory... The National Weather Service in Phoenix has issued a Significant weather advisory for... east central Imperial County in southeast California Until 430 PM PDT At 323 PM PDT...National Weather Service meteorologists detected an area of strong thunderstorms 9 miles north of the Algodones Dunes across southeast Imperial County...moving north at 10 mph. Locally dense blowing dust and sand is possible as well as very heavy rainfall and strong gusty winds. Locations impacted include... Interstate 8 west of Yuma heading towards the Algodones Dunes gordons well... portions of State Route 78 and County Highway s34 If these storms intensify...a warning may be needed. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio...local radio or TV for the latest updates. Very heavy rainfall may cause temporary ponding on some roads and minor flooding of poor drainage areas. In heavy rainfall slow down to reduce the risk of hydroplaning...and leave a safe distance between yourself and other vehicles. Lat...Lon 3308 11525 3309 11472 3272 11475 3269 11521 time...Mot...loc 2230z 188deg 7kt 3286 11500 Nolte

Special Weather Statement

Issued at: 3:57 PM PDT on September 4, 2012, expires at: 5:15 PM PDT on September 04, 2012

...Significant weather advisory... The National Weather Service in Phoenix has issued a Significant weather advisory for... central Riverside County in Southern California Until 515 PM PDT At 351 PM PDT...National Weather Service meteorologists detected a strong thunderstorm 7 miles west of Eagle mtn...moving southeast at 10 mph. Locally dense blowing dust is possible along with strong gusty winds...heavy rainfall and frequent lightning. Locations impacted include... Eagle Mountain... Cottonwood visitor center... portions of Interstate 10 west of Desert Center... Locally dense blowing dust is possible. If you encounter blowing dust while driving...pull over as far off the roadway as possible and Park. Turn off your headlights and keep your foot off the brake. Very heavy rainfall may cause temporary ponding on some roads and minor flooding of poor drainage areas. In heavy rainfall slow down to reduce the risk of hydroplaning...and leave a safe distance between yourself and other vehicles. Lat...Lon 3381 11534 3363 11565 3371 11577 3381 11589 3398 11556 time...Mot...loc 2256z 329deg 10kt 3384 11560 Nolte

Flash Flood Warning

Issued at: 3:44 PM PDT on September 4, 2012, expires at: 5:45 PM PDT on September 04, 2012

The National Weather Service in Las Vegas has issued a * Flash Flood Warning for... south central San Bernardino County in Southern California... * until 545 PM PDT. * At 336 PM PDT...National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated very heavy rain from a thunderstorm over extreme south central San Bernardino County...or 25 miles east of Twentynine Palms. The storm producing very heavy rain was nearly stationary. * Locations impacted include... Highway 62 between mile markers 54 and 68...otherwise mainly rural areas of southern San Bernardino County. Precautionary/preparedness actions... Flash flooding is expected in washes...low water crossings and on area roadways. Flash flooding is natures number one killer. To escape rising water...move to higher ground. Never try to cross a flooded roadway or walk through floodwaters. Turn around...dont drown! Report flooding by posting your report to the Las Vegas National Weather Service facebook Page...or by using the twitter hashtag... nwsvegas. Lat...Lon 3416 11573 3419 11549 3411 11548 3411 11553 3408 11556 3410 11560 3407 11561 3404 11560 3404 11573 Js

Flash Flood Warning

Issued at: 3:59 PM PDT on September 4, 2012, expires at: 6:00 PM PDT on September 04, 2012

The National Weather Service in San Diego has issued a * Flash Flood Warning for... southeastern San Diego County in southwest California... * until 600 PM PDT * at 352 PM PDT...National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms likely producing flash flooding along the desert slopes of the mountains between Mount Laguna and Agua Caliente Springs. Highway S-2 near Agua Caliente Springs could receive flash flooding from heavy rains and runoff from the mountains. * Locations in the warning include but are not limited to Canebrake and Agua Caliente Springs Precautionary/preparedness actions... Do not drive your vehicle into areas where the water covers the roadway. The water depth may be too great to allow your car to cross safely. Move to higher ground. Lat...Lon 3307 11635 3304 11610 3262 11611 3261 11627 3284 11642 Maxwell


 

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