Residents literally on edge as hard rains have caused destructive mudslides in our area. Most at danger are homes surrounding burn areas like this s neighborhood near #HolyFire . #castorm @SteveKuzj is live @KTLA pic.twitter.com/w9pEgaQPcu— Thomas Lin (@TLinNEWS) February 14, 2019
A chance of thunderstorms is also possible this afternoon with Thursday’s storm, according to the Weather Service. Rain is expected to continue into Thursday night, with showers likely to return again Friday afternoon. A chance of showers will persist through the weekend.
Santa Ana River is unsafe. If you are in the river bottom get out now. Please stay away from the river and any waterway leading to the river. pic.twitter.com/bPwHNYgAtx— RivCoReady (@RivCoReady) February 14, 2019
Satellite imagery of the storm system impacting the West with a moisture tap past Hawaii. Warmer air continues to move in from the southwest today for our region. #idwx #orwx pic.twitter.com/uZ9Iu2w2NN— NWS Boise (@NWSBoise) February 14, 2019
Heavy rain and snow is falling across the Western US today as an atmospheric river targets the region. These systems can bring extreme snowfall and flash flooding to the region. Flash flooding concerns are elevated today by the recent fire activity in CA. #TurnAroundDontDrown pic.twitter.com/HVotnkAzgL— National Weather Service (@NWS) February 14, 2019