With a Category 2 hurricane looming over Baja California and its trajectory indicating a likelihood of heavy rainfall and potential flooding in Southern California, authorities have taken the proactive step of issuing evacuation advisories for residents residing in regions at significant risk of impact.
In Orange County, warnings have been ordered for those living near the Bond Fire burn scar in:
- Silverado Canyon,
- Williams Canyon.
Effective Sat., Aug. 19 at 4:30 pm, an Evacuation Warning (Voluntary) will be issued for Silverado + Williams Canyons in the Bond Fire burn area due to possible debris flows along/near the burn scar. Map: https://t.co/8Hzmg8XJW3.⁰⁰More at: https://t.co/V2jfT3iQOz ⁰⁰#HilaryOC pic.twitter.com/KbFj9qYI82
— County of Orange (@OCGovCA) August 20, 2023
San Bernardino County
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department has issued an evacuation warning for those living in:
- Oak Glen,
- Forest Falls,
- Mountain Home Village,
- Angelus Oaks,
- and northeast Yucaipa.
S.B County Sheriff: Evac Warning for the communities of Oak Glen, Forest Falls, Mountain Home Village, Angelus Oaks, and NE Yucaipa for incoming storm system pic.twitter.com/qE9oup9GBF
— San Bernardino County Sheriff (@sbcountysheriff) August 19, 2023