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Areal Flood Warning
Issued: 3:55 PM PST Feb. 27, 2017 – National Weather Service

The National Weather Service in San Diego has issued a

* areal Flood Warning for...
southern Riverside County in Southern California...
San Diego County in southwestern California...

* until 915 PM PST

* at 317 PM PST, National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated
widespread rain continuing across San Diego County and parts of
Riverside County. 1 to 2 inches of rain has occurred and an
additional 1 to 1.5 inches is expected. Rainfall rates will
increase to 0.25 to 0.50 inches per hour through 8 PM. Many creeks
and stream are running bankfull or inundating low lying water
crossings. Additional rainfall will create dangerous small river
and creek flooding including on the San Diego River. Escondido
creek and the tijuana river and its tributaries will have dangerous
high water flows. High flows will near flood stage on the Santa
Margarita river.

Flooding is especially dangerous at night and curing commute hours.
The water is deeper and moving faster than it appears. When flooded
turn around dont drown. A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for
the potential of life threatening rapid rising waters.

* Some locations that will likely experience flooding include...
Chula Vista, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Temecula, El Cajon, Vista,
Encinitas, National City, La Mesa, Poway, North Park, Point Loma,
Hillcrest, midway district and downtown San Diego.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Act quickly to protect your life. Do not drive in flooded areas.


Lat... Lon 3263 11719 3263 11722 3269 11728 3284 11732
      3288 11730 3296 11730 3318 11741 3339 11743
      3354 11715 3348 11684 3320 11667 3259 11645
      3254 11712


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327 PM PST Mon Feb 27 2017

The National Weather Service in San Diego has issued a

* Flood Warning for...
Riverside County in Southern California...
central San Diego County in southwestern California...

* until 915 PM PST

* at 317 PM PST, National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated
widespread rain continuing across San Diego County and parts of
Riverside County. 1 to 2 inches of rain has occurred and an
additional 1 to 1.5 inches is expected. Rainfall rates will
increase to 0.25 to 0.50 inches per hour through 8 PM. Many creeks
and stream are running bankfull or inundating low lying water
crossings. Additional rainfall will create dangerous small river
and creek flooding including on the San Diego River. Escondido
creek and the tijuana river and its tributaries will have dangerous
high water flows. High flows will near flood stage on the Santa
Margarita river.

Flooding is especially dangerous at night and curing commute hours.
The water is deeper and moving faster than it appears. When flooded
turn around dont drown. A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for
the potential of life threatening rapid rising waters.

* Some locations that will likely experience flooding include...
Chula Vista, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Temecula, El Cajon, Vista,
Encinitas, National City, La Mesa, Poway, North Park, Point Loma,
Hillcrest, midway district and downtown San Diego.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Act quickly to protect your life. Do not drive in flooded areas.


Lat... Lon 3263 11719 3263 11722 3269 11728 3284 11732
      3288 11730 3296 11730 3318 11741 3339 11743
      3354 11715 3348 11684 3320 11667 3259 11645
      3254 11712


Tardy



305 PM PST Mon Feb 27 2017

The National Weather Service in San Diego has issued a

* Flood Warning for
the San Diego River at Fashion Valley

* at 200 PM Monday the stage was 10.7 feet

* minor stage flooding is forecast.

* Flood stage is 11.3 feet

San Diego River current 10.7 2,100 at 2pm 02/27/17
   Fashion Valley
                    >flood 11.3 by 3pm 02/27/17
            forecast Max 12.3 4,540 at 8pm 02/27/17

* at 11.3 feet is flood stage. Forecast is 12.3 feet.

* Impacts

Fashion Valley Road, Avenida del Rio, Camino del este, Camino de la reina and
mission Center Road. At flood stage water will flow into the parking garage
and flood The Golf Course, as well as possibly close the Fashion Valley transit
center.

This crest compares to a previous crest of 11.8 feet on Jan 21 2017.


Lat... Lon 3279 11726 3291 11690 3285 11686 3273 11716
      3273 11727


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Areal Flood Advisory, Flash Flood Watch
Issued: 2:21 PM PST Feb. 27, 2017 – National Weather Service

... The urban and small stream flood advisory remains in effect until
915 PM PST for central San Diego County...

At 215 PM PST, National Weather Service Doppler radar continue to
depict widespread rain across San Diego County. Rainfall totals of 1
to 2 inches with locally around 3 inches is causing flooding in low
lying areas. Additional rainfall of 1 to 2 inches is expected from 3
to 8 PM and the rainfall rates will increase to 0.50 inches per
hour. There will be continue low lying, small stream and creek
flooding across San Diego County. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect
for possible dangerous and unusual flooding when the heaviest rain
arrives.

The flooding includes Spring Valley at Quarry Road, Escondido creek,
low lying roads in Fashion Valley on the rising San Diego River,
Dairy Mart Road and creeks flowing into the tijuana river, and
possibly Cole grade Road along the San Luis Rey River. Flooded roads
will cause closures and delays as more rainfall continues over
saturated grounds through this evening.

The San Diego River is expected to reach just over 12 feet late this
afternoon and early evening. Higher rainfall rates of 0.50 inch per
hour are expected late this afternoon and evening which could cause
flash floods. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for the potential of
dangerous and unusual flooding.

Some locations that will likely experience flooding include...
Chula Vista, Oceanside, Carlsbad, El Cajon, Vista, Encinitas,
National City, La Mesa, Poway, North Park, Point Loma, Hillcrest,
midway district including Lindbergh Field, downtown San Diego and La
Jolla.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

When flooded turn around, don't drown. Most flood deaths occur in
vehicles. The water depth will be greater than it appears.


Lat... Lon 3263 11719 3263 11722 3270 11729 3276 11729
      3282 11732 3288 11730 3296 11730 3315 11738
      3337 11762 3345 11758 3347 11751 3351 11751
      3350 11737 3345 11724 3343 11724 3343 11695
      3311 11663 3259 11653 3254 11712


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110 PM PST Mon Feb 27 2017

... Flash Flood Watch remains in effect until 10 PM PST this
evening...

The Flash Flood Watch continues for

* a portion of southwest California, including the following
areas, San Diego County coastal areas, San Diego County
mountains, and San Diego County valleys.

* Until 10 PM PST this evening

* widespread rainfall of one to two inches has occurred through 1
PM PST today across the western two thirds of San Diego County,
with greater amounts on the coastal slopes of the mountains.

* Through this evening... additional rainfall for central and
southern San Diego County is expected to range from one to as
much as three inches. Urban and small stream flooding is
expected, with isolated flash flooding possible.


Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.

You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should flash flood warnings be issued.




Public Information Statement
Issued: 1:25 PM PST Feb. 27, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Wind reports...

Location speed time/date elevation (ft.)

... Victor valley - Apple Valley - Lucerne Valley - Johnson Valley...
2 WSW Lucerne Valley 39 mph 0131 am 02/27 3034
Hesperia (4 sw) 30 mph 1248 PM 02/27 3580

... Santa Ana Mountains-including the Trabuco Ranger district of the Cleveland National Forest...
case Springs (camp Pendleton 35 mph 0822 am 02/27 2319

... San Gorgonio Pass near Banning...
Thousand Palms (5 nne) 36 mph 0223 am 02/27 1066

... San Diego County mountains-including the Palomar and Descanso Ranger districts of the Cleveland National Forest...
Boucher Hill 52 mph 0647 am 02/27 5440
Palomar mtn lookout 51 mph 1101 am 02/27 6142
Harrison Park 48 mph 0510 am 02/27 4861
Palomar Mountain (1 nnw) 47 mph 1125 am 02/27 5230
Big Black mountain 41 mph 1217 PM 02/27 4055
Santa Ysabel (1 se) 41 mph 1240 PM 02/27 3314
Julian (4 w) 40 mph 1130 am 02/27 3738
4 E Pine Valley 37 mph 0901 am 02/27 6048
Boulevard (1 w) 36 mph 1200 PM 02/27 3404
Guatay 36 mph 1110 am 02/27 3892
Lake Cuyamaca 34 mph 1240 PM 02/27 4779
Sill Hill 34 mph 1240 PM 02/27 3556
Santa Ysabel (2 sw) 33 mph 1220 PM 02/27 3291
Julian (5 nw) 33 mph 1140 am 02/27 4284
Santa Ysabel (6 nw) 32 mph 1010 am 02/27 3349
Boulevard (8 nw) 32 mph 1110 am 02/27 4000
Warner Springs (4 sw) 32 mph 1010 am 02/27 2803
Campo (3 ne) 32 mph 1040 am 02/27 2886
Julian (2 se) 32 mph 1214 PM 02/27 4487
Warner Springs (4 se) 32 mph 1030 am 02/27 3242
Campo 31 mph 1012 am 02/27 2630
Boulevard 30 mph 1150 am 02/27 3267
viejas grade 30 mph 1100 am 02/27 3211
Warner Springs (3 sw) 30 mph 1030 am 02/27 2842

... San Diego County inland valleys...
Otay Mountain 51 mph 1014 am 02/27 3283
Mt Woodson 48 mph 0415 am 02/27 2850
mission trails 41 mph 1140 am 02/27 901
Lake San Marcos (3 se) 40 mph 1225 PM 02/27 540
Otay Mountain 39 mph 1230 PM 02/27 3359
Alpine Heights (1 sw) 39 mph 1210 PM 02/27 1375
Otay 39 mph 1240 PM 02/27 862
scripps ranch 39 mph 1210 PM 02/27 779
Rainbow (2 wsw) 38 mph 0606 am 02/27 1600
Mt Helix 38 mph 1212 PM 02/27 941
crest 38 mph 1230 PM 02/27 1485
Alpine Heights (1 s) 38 mph 1230 PM 02/27 1807
1 NNW San Marcos 37 mph 1245 PM 02/27 629
Harbison Canyon (2 s) 35 mph 1230 PM 02/27 762
Olivenhain 34 mph 1130 am 02/27 1167
Santee (2 nw) 34 mph 1215 PM 02/27 435
Sycamore Canyon 34 mph 1020 am 02/27 1038
Ramona (5 w) 34 mph 1040 am 02/27 1479
Jamul (7 e) 33 mph 1215 PM 02/27 3760
Lake San Marcos (1 e) 33 mph 1240 PM 02/27 530
Barrett Junction (4 n) 33 mph 1250 PM 02/27 2395
Dye Mountain 32 mph 1210 PM 02/27 2998
Barona 32 mph 1230 PM 02/27 1319
Rancho Bernardo west 32 mph 1140 am 02/27 749
Pauma Valley (5 e) 31 mph 1040 am 02/27 2579
Turner Lake 31 mph 1040 am 02/27 1249
Rancho San Diego 31 mph 1255 PM 02/27 438
Barrett Junction (1 se) 30 mph 0900 am 02/27 1221

... San Diego County deserts-including the Anza Borrego Desert State Park...
Julian (9 ese) 33 mph 0156 am 02/27 2011
in ko pah 32 mph 1140 am 02/27 3221

... San Diego County coastal areas...
Carlsbad (2 w) 49 mph 1204 PM 02/27 364
Coronado Cays 42 mph 1016 am 02/27 45
Cabrillo natl mnmt 41 mph 1201 PM 02/27 419
Silver Strand Beach 41 mph 1139 am 02/27 30
Miramar mcas 39 mph 1210 PM 02/27 478
Imperial Beach (nas) 39 mph 1135 am 02/27 23
del Mar 39 mph 1122 am 02/27 12
Imperial Beach (2 se) 38 mph 0830 am 02/27 328
San Miguel 38 mph 1210 PM 02/27 500
San Miguel 38 mph 1250 PM 02/27 424
North Island NAS 37 mph 1136 am 02/27 26
Oceanside Airport 36 mph 1257 PM 02/27 28
Brown Field 36 mph 1140 am 02/27 525
Tecolote Canyon 36 mph 1000 am 02/27 273
La Jolla 36 mph 0105 PM 02/27 249
Mission Valley (1 s) 35 mph 1135 am 02/27 301
Solana Beach (1 ssw) 35 mph 1231 PM 02/27 167
San Diego Airport 35 mph 1144 am 02/27 15
Bay Park 34 mph 1215 PM 02/27 34
Point Loma lighthouse 34 mph 1122 am 02/27 20
Torrey pines glider port 34 mph 0109 PM 02/27 370
Mission Valley (1 e) 34 mph 1240 PM 02/27 206
Solana Beach 33 mph 1210 PM 02/27 13
National City (1 n) 32 mph 1253 PM 02/27 62
Carlsbad Airport 32 mph 1234 PM 02/27 328
Santee (6 w) 32 mph 1202 PM 02/27 626
Montgomery Field 31 mph 1234 PM 02/27 420
moonlight beach 30 mph 1214 PM 02/27 36
Mission Valley 30 mph 1220 PM 02/27 319
Camp Pendleton 30 mph 1250 PM 02/27 75
National City (2 s) 30 mph 1200 PM 02/27 12
Lake San Marcos 30 mph 1228 PM 02/27 511

... San Bernardino County mountains-including the mountain top and front country Ranger districts of the San Bernardino National Forest...
Burns Canyon 69 mph 0351 am 02/27 6284
Running Springs (2 nw) 39 mph 1015 am 02/27 6350
big bear (2 e) 31 mph 0805 am 02/27 6790

... Riverside County mountains-including the San Jacinto Ranger district of the San Bernardino National Forest...
Pinyon Pines 47 mph 0136 am 02/27 4060
Toro Peak 43 mph 0135 am 02/27 8690
Mt San Jacinto 39 mph 0253 am 02/27 8584
Pine Cove (8 nw) 31 mph 0101 PM 02/27 4906
Mt San Jacinto Ranger statio 31 mph 0627 am 02/27 8375

... Maritime stations...
San Diego Broadway pier 46 mph 1136 am 02/27 0
Mission Bay Channel 38 mph 1235 PM 02/27 22
La Jolla (scripps pier) 37 mph 1206 PM 02/27 0
Pacific Beach (crystal pier) 34 mph 1244 PM 02/27 15
scripps pier 32 mph 1205 PM 02/27 13
San Clemente basin buoy 31 mph 0950 am 02/27 0
Oceanside jetty 30 mph 1244 PM 02/27 18

Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposures. Not all data listed are considered official.



Areal Flood Advisory, Flash Flood Watch
Issued: 2:21 PM PST Feb. 27, 2017 – National Weather Service

... The urban and small stream flood advisory remains in effect until
915 PM PST for central San Diego County...

At 215 PM PST, National Weather Service Doppler radar continue to
depict widespread rain across San Diego County. Rainfall totals of 1
to 2 inches with locally around 3 inches is causing flooding in low
lying areas. Additional rainfall of 1 to 2 inches is expected from 3
to 8 PM and the rainfall rates will increase to 0.50 inches per
hour. There will be continue low lying, small stream and creek
flooding across San Diego County. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect
for possible dangerous and unusual flooding when the heaviest rain
arrives.

The flooding includes Spring Valley at Quarry Road, Escondido creek,
low lying roads in Fashion Valley on the rising San Diego River,
Dairy Mart Road and creeks flowing into the tijuana river, and
possibly Cole grade Road along the San Luis Rey River. Flooded roads
will cause closures and delays as more rainfall continues over
saturated grounds through this evening.

The San Diego River is expected to reach just over 12 feet late this
afternoon and early evening. Higher rainfall rates of 0.50 inch per
hour are expected late this afternoon and evening which could cause
flash floods. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for the potential of
dangerous and unusual flooding.

Some locations that will likely experience flooding include...
Chula Vista, Oceanside, Carlsbad, El Cajon, Vista, Encinitas,
National City, La Mesa, Poway, North Park, Point Loma, Hillcrest,
midway district including Lindbergh Field, downtown San Diego and La
Jolla.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

When flooded turn around, don't drown. Most flood deaths occur in
vehicles. The water depth will be greater than it appears.


Lat... Lon 3263 11719 3263 11722 3270 11729 3276 11729
      3282 11732 3288 11730 3296 11730 3315 11738
      3337 11762 3345 11758 3347 11751 3351 11751
      3350 11737 3345 11724 3343 11724 3343 11695
      3311 11663 3259 11653 3254 11712


Tardy


110 PM PST Mon Feb 27 2017

... Flash Flood Watch remains in effect until 10 PM PST this
evening...

The Flash Flood Watch continues for

* a portion of southwest California, including the following
areas, San Diego County coastal areas, San Diego County
mountains, and San Diego County valleys.

* Until 10 PM PST this evening

* widespread rainfall of one to two inches has occurred through 1
PM PST today across the western two thirds of San Diego County,
with greater amounts on the coastal slopes of the mountains.

* Through this evening... additional rainfall for central and
southern San Diego County is expected to range from one to as
much as three inches. Urban and small stream flooding is
expected, with isolated flash flooding possible.


Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.

You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should flash flood warnings be issued.




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