Tuesday, December 21, 2010


National Weather Service warns that runoff from burned areas and debris flows threaten our hills.  The entire County is under Flash Flood Watch and Flood Warning until tomorrow, with the heaviest rains expected this evening into Wednesday morning.

9:45 AM National Weather Service Radar Feed:

The County DPW has activated its Emergency Page.  This is the best effort I've seen so far at tracking road closures and traffic hazards.  The more information we can access, the better.  http://sdcdpw.org/emergency    They have been updating all night as roads in the north county begin to close.  You can report any storm-related problem to DPW:  888-846-0800.

If a problem affects our  local area please let us (DVCA/Antler - Kim&Rob)  know at 619-468-3218 or email us theantler@deerhornvalley.net  We can send an Antler e-Alert to the 200 or so on our list. 

Here are our local usual trouble spots in heavy rain:
Otay Lakes Road: Thousand Trails and the Gliderport Dips
Deerhorn Valley Road Dip
Honey Springs Rd: Upper and Lower Dips
94 at the Daley Ranch Dip

You can monitor the CHP Incidents too. As I write this, I see 73 crash reports since 5 AM.  Yikes.  Their incident page is http://cad.chp.ca.gov/  Just click "San Diego" in the upper left corning.

Stay safe, and stay in touch.
RAINSTORM: 2.13"     YEAR-TO-DATE: 6.43"
-Posted by Kim

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