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UPDATE: Santa Barbara County officials cancel Sunday weather advisory

UPDATE (6:45 p.m.) – The weather advisory, issued for Sunday night’s storm, has been canceled.

Rain intensity is no longer expected to exceed the threshold for debris flow risk.

Residents are advised to keep an eye on changing conditions through Aware and Prepare alerts.


Santa Barbara County Office of Emergency Management officials say Sunday’s storm may call for evacuations.

“We want people that live in the debris flow risk areas to be ready as part of the “Ready, Set, Go” process. They need to know where they’re going to go if they have to evacuate,” said Robert Lewin, Santa Barbara County Office of Emergency Management Director.

Residents who live in recent burn areas of Santa Barbara County are asked to have a plan in place before the storm system approaches. Those areas include neighborhoods along Romero Creek, San Ysidro Creek, and Montecito Creek.

Find an interactive storm risk evacuation map for Santa Barbara County here.

Kelsey McFarland

Kelsey McFarland

Kelsey McFarland is the weekend anchor and reporter for KSBY News.
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