LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Water Resources Division Facilities Section 2013- 2014 STORM SEASON
Date : 02/26/14 Time: 0800 Hr Prepared by: PW Recommended by: CS Approved by: CS

DEBRIS AND MUDFLOW POTENTIAL FORECAST:
Duration: From 8:00 AM Wednesday, 02/26/14 to NOON Thursday, 02/27/2014 Reference: National Weather Service (NWS) Quantitative Precipitation Forecast at 2:55 AM FEBRUARY 26, 2014

Fire Map Reference Colby Fire Recovery: 0 year, M1 Wilson Terrace Fire Recovery: 0 year, L1 Madison Fire Recovery: 0 year, L1 Rustic Fire Recovery: 1 year, L1 Sepulveda Fire Recovery: 1 year, L1 Williams Fire Recovery: 1 year, M1 Wagon Wheel Fire Recovery: 2 years, Newhall Fire Recovery: 3 years, Haskell Fire Recovery: 3 years, Station Fire Recovery: 4 years, L4 L4 L4 M4

Date of Fire January 2014 May 2013 April 2013 September 2012 September 2012 September 2012 September 2011 July 2010 August 2010 August 2009 August 2009 August 2009 August 2009 August 2009 August 2009 August 2009 August 2009 August 2009 July 2009 July 2009

Affected Areas Azusa, Glendora Glendale Monrovia Brentwood City of Los Angeles Bel Air Estates City of Los Angeles East Fork of the San Gabriel River Agua Dulce Santa Clarita Santa Clarita La Canada Flintridge La Crescenta (Unincorporated) Glendale (La Crescenta Annex) City of Los Angeles (Sunland/Tujunga Area) Angeles National Forest Communities Soledad Cyn/Acton Areas Aliso Canyon Portuguese Bend Area Glenoaks Blvd. and 134 & 2 Freeway Interchange Sloan Cyn Rd and I-5 Little Tujunga Cyn. and Cottonwood Cyn.

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Station Fire Recovery: 4 years, M4 Station Fire Recovery: 4 years, M4 Station Fire Recovery: 4 years, L4 Station Fire Recovery: 4 years, M4 Station Fire Recovery: 4 years, L4 Station Fire Recovery: 4 years, L4 Palos Verdes Fire Recovery: 4 years, L4 Freeway Fire Recovery: 4 years, L4 Sloan Fire Recovery: 4 years, L4 Tujunga Fire Recovery: 4 years, L4

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NOTES:
Anticipate 0.5 to 1 inch in valleys and coastal areas through Thursday, 02/27/14. Anticipate 1 to 2 inches in the mountains through Thursday, 02/27/14.

GENERAL NOTES
The debris and mudflow potential forecast is based upon a review of watershed conditions and weather forecasts from the National Weather Service and other weather predicting sources. It represents conditions within the watershed that could lead to debris and mudflow events. Debris and mudflows are highly unpredictable events. The following description is to assist storm response Divisions and emergency response agencies to plan accordingly: Phase 1 Small isolated debris and mudflows possible at specific locations. Streets may be flooded or blocked by debris. Reports of debris on private property may be received. Few, if any, structures may be endangered. Moderate debris and mudflows possible at more widespread locations. Some streets may be completely blocked by debris. Depending on location and terrain, some structures may be endangered by debris and mudflows. The potential exists for significant debris and mudflows to be widespread over specific areas. Streets may be blocked and considered unsafe for travel. Many structures could be endangered by debris and mudflows. Extreme caution should be exercised below uncontrolled canyons due to sudden debris and mudflows.

Phase 2

Phase 3

For questions or further information, contact (626) 458-6164, Monday through Thursday, 6:30 A.M. to 5:15 P.M. After hours telephone (800) 675-HELP.

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