Lessons Learned – Southern California Storm

Storm-Ahead

On February 17th, 2017, Southern California was hit by what many are describing as the storm of the year. The severe rain storm that hit the region is one that occurs once every 10 years or so. Typically, these types of storms coincide with the El Nino years however this … Continue reading

Dangerous Storm Moving into Southern California

Storm-Warning

As we are preparing this blog, a dangerous storm is making its forward march into the Southern California region with as much as 2 – 10 inches of rain expected. This is a storm unlike anything we have seen since 2010 and some say as far back as 1997. There … Continue reading

Southern California Flash Flooding & Drowning Risks

With seasonal rains approaching, concerns are mounting in regards to flooding (flash floods & risk of flooding after wildfires) and possible drownings in the Southern California region with good reason. Concerns have been validated after seeing floods occur after scattered showers in various parts of Southern California over the past … Continue reading

Southern California Flood Control Channels

Flooded L.A. River

Now that Southern California is getting into the rainy season, hopefully that is, we are presenting this post on the dangers of flood control channels. Every year, reports come in of people or animals falling in or getting swept up in full flood control channels just after a good rain. … Continue reading