Rain is in the forecast for the Central and South Coasts, but so far it looks like there won’t be serious issues for the region’s brush fire burn zones.
The rain is expected to happen between now, and Wednesday night. The heaviest rain could come overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning.
Rainfall amounts are predicted to be in the inch to two inch range along the coast and inland, with possibly three inches in the mountains.
At this point, there are no flash flood watches in burn areas. Meteorologists say we should have a better idea Tuesday if they will be needed. But, they say with the current pattern the biggest concern for flooding issues could be south, in Los Angeles County.
The rain will taper off Wednesday. Another storm is expected Friday night into Saturday, but it’s predicted to be smaller than the first one.