A Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for Southern California. What does that mean for Poway? Potential high winds Sunday afternoon through Monday, and potentially 2 to 4 inches of rain, according to the latest information from the National Weather Service.
If you are a Poway resident and live in an area that is prone to flooding, our sandbags stations are restocked. Visit our Winter Storms page for locations and details.
Take time now to prepare your home and family for the upcoming storm. Here are some resources to check out and follow:
If you have not done so already, download the SD Emergency App from the County of San Diego to receive emergency updates and access disaster preparedness resources. An alert was just posted with a weather update and links to keep informed of the storm’s progress.
Cal OES: Connect on social media (@CaliforniaOES) for updates from the governor’s office of emergency management. View this informative video about the potential impacts of the storm and preparedness tips.
The National Weather Service, San Diego office is actively sharing information about the upcoming storm on their website and through their social media channels (@NWSSanDiego), including links to updates from the National Hurricane Center.