Thursday, November 29, 2012

SF BAY AREA COUNTIES / FLASH FLOOD WATCH / HIGH WIND and HIGH SURF ADVISORIES

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RAIN: We are expecting rain tonight and Friday with brief heavy downpours.

Weather impacts may be worse in higher elevations that include urban and small stream flooding.

FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in place from 7pm tonight through Friday afternoon. Impacts may include smaller creeks over flowing their banks, debris flows and landslides in mountainous areas.

WIND ADVISORY is in place through Friday with gusts over 50 mph in some areas. Impacts may include downed trees, downed powerlines and possible power outages.

HIGH SURF ADVISORY is in place from 9am Friday through 4am on Saturday. Impacts include strong rip currents, large breaking waves and possible beach erosion.



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