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    With seasonal totals five to six inches above average across the county more rain is accepted to hit the area Tuesday evening. 

    “The rainfall around Point Conception can become heavy, especially in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties and up through Kern County on Tuesday night and Wednesday,” according to AccuWeather Meteorologist Maggie Samuhel. 

    The danger of mudslides will increase. “In addition to flooding, mudslides are a concern. Residents in areas prone to both of these hazards and near burn-scar areas should remain extremely vigilant and heed all evacuation orders by local officials. Some road closures are also possible.” Accuweather

    Ventura County rain totals from Ventura County Watershed:

    Map of current year date rain totals: Ventura County Watershed:

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    William Hicks
    William Hicks
    3 years ago

    All this rain running out to sea while Sacramento hasn’t added one effort in increased storage capacity to manage water during drought and flood conditions.

    Are California politicians that stupid or are the people that continually reelect them? Maybe both?

    Charles McLaughlin
    Charles McLaughlin
    3 years ago

    Thanks to Climate Change

    William Hicks
    William Hicks
    3 years ago

    Has anyone ever considered that dirty air might be the component that provides a bumper crop of rain? Remember when Mount Saint Helens erupted, loading the air with massive particulates in the air and we had one of the most prosperous rain seasons as a result?

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