(Silver Spring, Md) The National Weather Service issued a warning this week regarding rainfall expected on Thursday and Friday. Because of the recent burn scars in combination with heavy rainfall over several days, flash flooding is a concern.
A wet, active pattern will continue in the West over the next few days across the Pacific Northwest, California, and the northern/central Rockies. The heaviest rainfall today is expected to occur in northern and central California.
Rain fall is expected to begin in Ventura County early Thursday morning through Friday with a chance of continuing to Saturday. Ventura County is at the very bottom edge of the storm pattern
The heavy precipitation will continue on Thursday across California as a frontal system moves across the state. By Friday, precipitation will shift towards northern Nevada and beyond. with some lingering showers and higher elevation snow occurring in California and parts of the Pacific Northwest.
The winter storm warning for the Sierra Nevada mountain range is expected to last through Friday morning.
The City of Thousand Oaks offers a flash flooding FAQ which is available by clicking here. City of Thousand Oaks- debris flow q and a_4
More information and resources also available at www.toaks.org.
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