Flash flood warning issued for southeastern San Diego County


The Nationwide Climate Service issued a flash flood warning in southeastern San Diego County Saturday.

Radars present a thunderstorm producing heavy rain close to state Route 79. That storm might trigger flash floods within the surrounding space, in accordance with a warning that can stay in impact till a minimum of 5:30 p.m.

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Particular places which will expertise flash flooding embody Mount Laguna, Pine Valley, Boulevard, Lake Morena, Potrero, Campo, and Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, in accordance with the Nationwide Climate Service.

Flash floods usually tend to happen close to creeks, streams, highways and underpasses. Persons are inspired to guard themselves by shifting to excessive floor and keep away from driving by means of flooded areas.

“In hilly terrain there are tons of of low water crossings that are doubtlessly harmful in heavy rain,” in accordance with the warning. “Don’t try and cross flooded roads. Discover an alternate route.”

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