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A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through Wednesday evening for all of the Coachella Valley

A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through Wednesday evening for all of the Coachella Valley

A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through Wednesday evening for all of the Coachella Valley and High Desert due to possible heavy rains and runoff that could cause flash flooding, especially in low lying areas.

A slow-moving trough of low pressure will slowly move across Southern California Wednesday. Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rainfall are likely. Isolated flash flooding
is possible in the heaviest downpours.

…FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH WEDNESDAY
EVENING…

The Flash Flood Watch continues for

* A portion of southwest California… including the Apple and Lucerne Valleys… the Coachella Valley…all of Orange County… the Riverside County Mountains… the San Bernardino County Mountains…the Inland Empire…and all of San Diego County.

* Through Wednesday evening

* Scattered showers and thunderstorms with heavy rainfall.

Wednesday morning beginning near 2am thru 4am and beyond looks to be an active time-frame for the High precipitation.

KESQ reports modest rainfall totals for surrounding areas as of 8pm Tuesdsy, April 7, 2020

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