San Diego, California – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Weather Prediction Center has issued a warning for possible flash flooding in San Diego County due to heavier rainfall moving into the area. The forecast indicates the potential for 0.25 to 0.75 inches of rainfall per hour, with total accumulations reaching 1 to 2 inches.
In addition to San Diego County, a flash flood warning is in effect for Riverside County, southeastern Orange County, and northwestern San Diego County, with a moderate risk for excessive rainfall across Southern California. The warning is expected to drop to a slight risk for excessive rainfall by Tuesday. Flood watches have been lifted across Northern California, affecting over 30 million people in Central California, Southern California, and parts of Arizona and Nevada.
Residents are advised to stay updated on the latest weather forecasts and to take precautions to stay safe during the heavy rainfall. Roadway conditions may become hazardous, and the risk of flash flooding should be taken seriously. It is important for individuals living in the affected areas to remain vigilant and heed any evacuation orders or safety recommendations issued by local authorities.