Storm Creates Some Street Flooding On South Coast
A storm moving throught the Central and South Coasts created some heavy rainfall Wednesday night, causing some localized street flooding.
The rainfall prompted a Flash Flood Warning from around 7:15 to 8:45 for the Santa Barbara, Montecito, and Carpinteria areas. No evacuations were ordered, but people were cautioned to stay out of flood prone areas.
The heaviest rainfall for the region is expected overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning. One to two inches of rain is predicted for coastal and inland areas, with up to four inches in mountains before the storm clears late Thursday.
Authorities are keeping a close eye on the region's brush fire burn areas for possible problems.