Flash Flood Watch for the hillsides and valleys in the district late this afternoon through Friday morning.
A storm system will generate widespread rainfall across Southwest California starting late this afternoon and continuing through midday Friday. Rain will be heavy at times late tonight into Friday morning as a cold front progresses eastward across the region. Thunderstorms capable of triggering mud and debris flows across the recent burn areas are also possible.
Rain will taper to showers by Friday afternoon with the threat of heavy rain decreasing through the rest of the day.
Flash Flood Watch remains in effect from late tonight through Friday morning.
The Flash Flood Watch continues for:
- Flash Flood Watch for a portion of Southwest California. Including the recent burn areas of Antelope Valley, Los Angeles County Mountains excluding the Santa Monica range, Los Angeles County San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles County San Gabriel Valley, Santa Clarita Valley, Santa Monica Mountains recreational area, Ventura County coast and Ventura County coastal valleys.
- From late tonight through Friday morning.
- Heavy Rain and thunderstorms are possible late tonight through Friday morning. Downpours with rainfall rates exceeding One-half inch per hour could lead to the first mud and debris flows of the Season near Recent burn areas.
- Debris flows will be a threat as well, especially in and below recently burned areas.
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