Southern California will see persevered rain thru Tuesday and once more beginning Friday night time into Sunday.
The serious downpours in Santa Barbara County brought on an evacuation order in Montecito amid flooding and dirt sliding off hillsides.
As of seven p.m., massive swaths of the Southland together with San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties had been underneath flash-flood warnings.
Here’s a timeline for what Southern California can be expecting, consistent with the Nationwide Climate Carrier:
Heaviest rain timing
• San Luis Obispo County: Thru 6 p.m. Monday
• Santa Barbara County: Thru 8 p.m. Monday
• Ventura County: Thru middle of the night Monday night time
• Los Angeles County: Thru 4 a.m. Tuesday
Further rain quantities forecast after midday Monday: 2 to 4 inches and four to eight inches within the mountains and foothills.
Many of the rain will fall Monday night time, however transient heavy downpours are most likely on Tuesday.
This is longer-term forecast for L.A. County
- Wednesday: In part cloudy skies
- Thursday: Cloudy skies
- Friday: Most commonly cloudy, 20% to 30% likelihood of rain within the night time after middle of the night
- Saturday: Cloudy with a 50% likelihood of rain, expanding to 70% at night time
- Sunday: 40% to 50% likelihood of rain
- Monday, Jan. 16, Martin Luther King Jr. Day: 50% likelihood of rain