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The current forecast shows predicted rainfall amounts Friday and Saturday between 3 - 5” for the Orange County area with high winds at times gusting up to 50- 60mph. Peak rainfall amounts will occur from Friday at approximately 4:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. on Saturday.
Public Information Resources
The National Weather Service has issued several emergency products in anticipation of this event and may issue additional emergency information products as the storm moves through the area. Residents are encouraged to visit the National Weather Service San Diego office website and monitor local news sources for critical weather updates.
The Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) has sand and sandbags available at several locations for residents of unincorporated Orange County and OCFA contract cities. For more information, visit the OCFA sandbag web page.
Residents are encouraged to follow county agencies and their local governments on social media, including:
Orange County Sheriff’s Department - @OCSD on TwitterOrange County Fire Authority - @OCFA_PIO on TwitterOrange County Public Works - @OCPublicWorks on TwitterOrange County Sheriff’s Department Emergency Management Division and the Orange County Emergency Operations Center- @OrangeCountyEOC on TwitterWeather Information LinksNWS Video Briefing3 Day Precipitation Forecast (QPF) Hydrologic Outlook 24 Hour Precipitation TotalsNWS Advisories, Watches and Warning