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* WHAT…Flooding caused by excessive rainfall continues to be
possible.

* WHERE…Calabasas and Agoura Hills, Central Ventura County
Valleys, Eastern San Fernando Valley, Eastern San Gabriel
Mountains, Eastern Santa Monica Mountains Recreational Area,
Interstate 5 Corridor, Lake Casitas, Los Angeles County Beaches,
Los Angeles County Inland Coast including Downtown Los Angeles,
Los Angeles County San Gabriel Valley, Malibu Coast, Ojai Valley,
Palos Verdes Hills, San Luis Obispo County Beaches, San Luis
Obispo County Inland Central Coast, Santa Barbara County Central
Coast Beaches, Santa Barbara County Inland Central Coast, Santa
Barbara County Interior Mountains, Santa Barbara County
Southeastern Coast, Santa Barbara County Southwestern Coast, Santa
Clarita Valley, Santa Lucia Mountains, Santa Susana Mountains,
Santa Ynez Mountains Eastern Range, Santa Ynez Mountains Western
Range, Santa Ynez Valley, Southeastern Ventura County Valleys,
Southern Salinas Valley, Southern Ventura County Mountains,
Ventura County Beaches, Ventura County Inland Coast, Western San
Fernando Valley, Western San Gabriel Mountains and Highway 14
Corridor and Western Santa Monica Mountains Recreational Area.

* WHEN…From Sunday afternoon through Wednesday morning.

* IMPACTS…Excessive runoff may result in flooding of rivers,
creeks, streams, and other low-lying and flood-prone locations.
Creeks and streams may rise out of their banks. Flooding may occur
in poor drainage and urban areas. Low-water crossings may be
flooded. Storm drains and ditches may become clogged with debris.
Extensive street flooding and flooding of creeks and rivers are
possible. Area creeks and streams are running high and could flood
with more heavy rain.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…
– Multiple rounds of moderate to heavy showers, and perhaps a
couple of thunderstorms, are expected to affect the region
from Sunday evening through Wednesday morning. Total rainfall
amounts of 2 to 5 inches are expected over the lower
elevations, with 4 to 8 inches over the foothills and
mountains with local amounts to 10 inches. Rainfall rates may
briefly exceed 1 inch per hour
in isolated locations with heavier showers and thunderstorms.
These rainfall totals and rates will have the potential to
cause flooding and debris flows including landslides.

– Http://www.weather.gov/safety/flood