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February 13, 2019

Showery rain continues into Friday

On and off light to moderate rain with windy conditions will continue into Thursday. There is another impulse early Thursday which should increase rain coverage and rain rates again. Those rates could near .50”/hr at times but right now the thinking is that local burn scars are not at significant risk of debris flow. There are no local flash flood watches or evacuation orders relating to the current wet weather forecast.

Winds will still be a concern with SE winds of 20-30mph with gusts to 45-55mph.

Hwy 154 to reopen in weeks, Caltrans says

Progress is being made to reopen a portion of Highway 154 in Santa Barbara County closed since a storm at the beginning of the month blocked a culvert, causing water to flow over the highway.

Sources: Pres. Trump likely to sign border deal

Three sources say President Donald Trump will likely sign a bipartisan budget deal that provides nearly $1.4 billion for a barrier along a small portion of the border, averting another government shutdown.

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