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Officials Continue Monitoring Storm System Approaching Santa Barbara County

Officials Continue Monitoring Storm System Approaching Santa Barbara County

No Evacuations Anticipated at This Time

The County, emergency agencies and the National Weather Service continue to monitor a storm system heading toward Santa Barbara County. Showers are expected in the region beginning late afternoon Saturday, March 10 and continuing into Sunday. No evacuations are anticipated at this time.

At present, the National Weather Service is reporting an expected maximum rainfall of approximately 0.8 to 1.6 inches total in foothills and mountains with intensity levels expected to be 0.2 to 0.4 inches per hour. There is a 20 percent chance that the intensity level will exceed the threshold of a half-inch of rain per hour that triggers debris flows. No thunderstorms are expected during the storm.

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Fire Weather Watch issued for parts of Santa Barbara County effective June 14th and Excessive Heat Watch effective June 15th.
Alerta Meteorológica por Riesgo de Incendio emita para partes del condado de Santa Barbara efectivo 14 de junio y Alerta de calor excesivo a partir del 15 de junio.