The National Weather Service issued flash flood watches for Santa Barbara and Ventura counties Tuesday as a powerful storm lumbered out of the eastern Pacific Ocean and plotted a collision course with Southern California. Residents in Santa Barbara County already have been ordered to evacuate — for the third time this month — as the slow-moving atmospheric river approaches. UCLA climate scientist Daniel Swain described the approaching system as "the strongest storm of the year" for Southern California. Although threatened... [Read More]
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