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SoCal Atmospheric River

Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:23 pm
Posted by trussthetruzz
Marquette, MI
Member since Sep 2020
9236 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:23 pm
If you live in SoCal, especially from Los Angeles to Santa Barbara counties, you need to prepare now for potentially damaging and life-threatening flooding Sun-Monday.

3-7 inches of rain is forecast for coasts and valleys, with up to 6-15 inches possible in the mountains.

However, some of our best models show up to 6-12 inches could fall along the coast, with isolated amounts of 20+ inches in the mountains.

Even if the higher-end model projections don't pan out, it is best to start preparing now because current forecast amounts would still lead to significant, potentially deadly flooding.

@NWSLosAngeles said: "This storm could end up
generating unprecedented amounts of rain across a widespread area!"




@US_Stormwatch on X
This post was edited on 2/2/24 at 1:07 pm
Posted by Nado Jenkins83
Land of the Free
Member since Nov 2012
59544 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:26 pm to
Ready to see videos of teslas playing submarine
Posted by little billy
Orange County, CA
Member since May 2015
8317 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:26 pm to
I am ready
Posted by BigPerm30
Member since Aug 2011
25611 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:27 pm to
Maybe it’ll wash away the progressive filth out of California.
Posted by TTB
LA to L.A.
Member since Nov 2006
2232 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:27 pm to
Bring it!
Posted by Boston911
Lafayette
Member since Dec 2013
1917 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:29 pm to
Will be interesting to see the snow depths around Tahoe and mammoth
Posted by trussthetruzz
Marquette, MI
Member since Sep 2020
9236 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:29 pm to
quote:

Bring it!

That’s the spirit!

Reading about this sorta makes me chuckle. 7 inches of rain over 3 days is a nothingburger in the south but in California it is a huge deal. Yall cant deal with the rain, similar to how southerners can’t deal with snow and northerners can’t deal with heat.
Posted by Earthquake 88
Mobile
Member since Jan 2010
3004 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:31 pm to
My son is stationed at Camp Pendleton. That little tropical storm they had ended up being a big nothing burger. He hasn't said anything about a rainstorm coming. It’s been weird weather in So Cal the last 12 months. Last time I was out there at the end of September it was rainy on and off all week which is unusual.
Posted by OweO
Plaquemine, La
Member since Sep 2009
113824 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:31 pm to
At least all the homeless don't have to worry about their house getting flooded.
Posted by deeprig9
Unincorporated Ozora, Georgia
Member since Sep 2012
63705 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:32 pm to
They're gonna have mudslides that are going to take out a lot of people, it's going to be ugly. I agree with your sentiment but this is going to be very bad for a lot of people.
Posted by trussthetruzz
Marquette, MI
Member since Sep 2020
9236 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:33 pm to
quote:

little tropical storm they had ended up being a big nothing burger.

Yeah, Hillary was hyped up and didn’t really deliver so I hope people don’t brush this off. If it pans out a foot of rain could be really destructive.
Posted by trussthetruzz
Marquette, MI
Member since Sep 2020
9236 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:34 pm to
quote:

this is going to be very bad for a lot of people.

If the high end forecasts pan out, yes indeed.
Posted by Bobby OG Johnson
Member since Apr 2015
24594 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:35 pm to
quote:

Maybe it’ll wash away the progressive filth out of California.



Just gonna spread the salmonella
Posted by TigerIron
Member since Feb 2021
3015 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:35 pm to
One great big festering neon distraction
I've a suggestion to keep you all occupied
Learn to swim, learn to swim, learn to swim
Posted by trussthetruzz
Marquette, MI
Member since Sep 2020
9236 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:36 pm to
quote:

Will be interesting to see the snow depths around Tahoe and mammoth

What are the anticipated snow levels during this event? Haven’t really taken a dive into it. A lot of times Tahoe will get rain at the base with all snow up at the summit.

ETA



Looks like Mammoth will get hammered. 20-30” Sunday, 14-22” Monday



Even Big Bear, right outside of LA, will be cold enough and get in on the fun.
This post was edited on 2/1/24 at 8:57 pm
Posted by tgrbaitn08
Member since Dec 2007
146214 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:36 pm to
This is a Louisiana message board not a California message board.
Posted by soccerfüt
Location: A Series of Tubes
Member since May 2013
65373 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:38 pm to
Droves of Aggies are reportedly descending upon Oxnard hoping to get the 7.8 inches.
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Posted by Old Money
Member since Sep 2012
36272 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:39 pm to
Posted by trussthetruzz
Marquette, MI
Member since Sep 2020
9236 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:40 pm to
quote:

This is a Louisiana message board not a California message board.

The door’s right there. No one forced you to post ITT.
Posted by Stevo
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2004
11347 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:40 pm to
quote:

This is a Louisiana message board not a California message board


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