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OFFICIALS MONITORING STORM SYSTEM APPROACHING SANTA BARBARA COUNTY

OFFICIALS MONITORING STORM SYSTEM APPROACHING SANTA BARBARA COUNTY

Expected Rainfall Does Not Meet Threshold Levels for Evacuations, No to Very Low Risk for Mud and Debris Flows

The National Weather Service and County and emergency agencies are monitoring a storm system heading toward Santa Barbara County. Precipitation is expected to begin Friday afternoon, April 6, starting in northern portions of the county, and continue through Saturday afternoon. Gusty northwest winds of 20 to 30 miles per hour with gusts to 40 mph in isolated areas can be expected starting this afternoon through tomorrow morning.

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