9:40 a.m. PDT Oct. 23, 2021
The Nationwide Climate Service has issued quite a few flash flood watches for areas close to lots of the current California wildfires. Heavy rain may deliver ash and particles flows to areas beneath just lately burned areas. At 8:37 a.m. on Saturday the NWS had not listed any main flash flood warnings in Oregon or Washington.
The atmospheric river mixed with a bomb cyclone are bringing large quantities of precipitation to areas of Northern California, Oregon, and Washington.
Precipitation amassed over the 48-hour interval ending at 8:56 a.m. PDT Oct. 23 confirmed roughly 1 to 2 inches close to the Dixie Fireplace, one-half to 1 inch close to the Caldor Fireplace, and 1 to three inches in northwestern California close to the McCash, Monument, and River Fires. About 1 to 2 inches had been recorded close to the fires of 2020 within the Napa and Santa Rosa space, and as much as 3 inches on the Doe and Hopkins Fires of 2020.
And extra is on the best way.
The video beneath is an October 22 briefing from the Nationwide Climate Service in regards to the storm system that’s bringing heavy rain and mountain snow, together with the potential for city flooding and ash and particles flows to just lately burned areas.