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SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY OPERATIONAL AREA EOC

FLASH REPORT #2 – November Storm Event

 

DATE/TIME OF INCIDENT:   11/28/2018      10:30 p.m.

DATE/TIME OF REPORT:     11/29/2018      09:00 a.m.

LOCATION OF EVENT:         Countywide

 

CURRENT SITUATION:

WEATHER: PER NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) SAN DIEGO

  • A Pacific storm will bring heavy rainfall locally Wednesday through Thursday evening, With Flash Flood Watches and Strong Wind Warnings.
  • A FLASH FLOOD WATCH remains in effect for the San Bernardino County Mountains, the Inland Empire, and the Santa Ana Mountains through Friday the 30th 6:00 a.m.
  • A HIGH WIND WARNING remains in effect till Saturday, 12/01/18 at 6:00 p.m.
  • Rain rates are predicted to be at 0.25 to 0.50 per hour of rain on the San Bernardino and Santa Ana Mountains.
  • Predicted snow fall during the storms from 11/28/18 to 12/01/18 are as follows :
  •                          Above 8000’ 12 inches

At or above 7000’ 4 to 8 inches

At or above 6000’ 2 to 4 inches

  • Snow levels lowering down to 4000’ on 12/01/18.

 

 

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY DEPARTMENT ACTIONS

 

San Bernardino County Department of Public Works

    • Activated the FAST SOG to Readiness Phase 2
    • Has opened all mountain region yards through Saturday
    • Has staffed all units and placed contractors on call
    • Operations is now monitoring the event

 San Bernardino County Fire Department

    • Has activated two Swift water Rescue teams effective 0800, 11/29/18
    • Has placed dozer units on call and staffed hand crews

San Bernardino County Special Districts

    • All County Yards are opened during storm events
    • All County Contractors are on call during storm events

San Bernardino County Fire Office of Emergency Services

    • FAST Calls will be coordinated as warranted
    • County Departments shall track all storm related expenditures.
    • County Departments shall notify County OES if conducting any storm response activities.
    • Please provide any damage information requested for the IDE process

 

ACTIVATIONS:

    • Operational Area EOC is activated to Level 3
    • Riverside County EOC is activated to Level 3
    • Orange County EOC is activated to Level 2
    • The CalOES Southern REOC is activated to Level 2

 

 

SOURCE:

San Bernardino County Operational Area

Emergency Operations Center

Plans and Intelligence Section

(909) 356-3998 FAX (909) 356-3965

OASIS: 6-0802

sbcoa@oes.sbcounty.gov

WebEOC: https://webeoc.sbcounty.gov/eoc7

Incident Name: “2018 November Storm Event”

 

 

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San Bernardino County Operational Area

San Bernardino County Fire/Office of Emergency Services

 

Phone:  (909) 356-3998

Fax:      (909) 356-3965

 

 

 

 

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