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WATCH: Drenching California Rains Lead to Roof Collapse

11 Mar 2016, 12:04 pm

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Santa Rosa, CA –  As heavy rain continued to fall in Santa Rosa and a flash flood warning was issued. Flood advisories for some areas of California remain in effect today. Check WeatherNation’s Severe Weather Portal for the latest live updates. Make roofs are properly draining.

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HEAVY RAINS LEAD TO COLLAPSE – As rains continue to fall in Santa Rosa and a FLASH FLOOD WARNING remains in effect for ALL of SONOMA COUNTY, we urge or residents and business owners to ensure their roofs are properly draining. (Video is taken at Cleveland Ave and Industrial Dr this morning. No injuries occurred.)

Posted by City of Santa Rosa Fire Department on Thursday, March 10, 2016

Video: City of Santa Rosa Fire Department

Upwards of 4” of rain is forecasted in Santa Rosa by Friday with nearly an additional 3” over the weekend. Localized flooding will be possible in poorly drained and low-lying areas. Given the saturated soils, downed trees will be likely and could lead to isolated power outages. The greatest threat for substantial rainfall will be over the North Bay as the system stalls over the region tomorrow.

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

FLASH FLOOD WATCH has been issued by the National Weather Service for ALL of SONOMA COUNTY from 4am tomorrow (3/10) morning through 5pm Sunday (3/13). Upwards of 4” of rain is forecasted in Santa Rosa by Friday with nearly an additional 3” over the weekend. Localized flooding will be possible in poorly drained and low-lying areas. Given the saturated soils, downed trees will be likely and could lead to isolated power outages. The greatest threat for substantial rainfall will be over the North Bay as the system stalls over the region tomorrow. We're prepared, are you?

Posted by City of Santa Rosa Fire Department on Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Video: City of Santa Rosa Fire Department

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