Evacuations ordered ahead of next Southern California storm

Mandatory Evacuation in Effect for Tuesday's Storm title

Mandatory Evacuation in Effect for Tuesday's Storm

Santa Barbara County authorities have issued mandatory evacuation orders for designated "extreme risk" areas along its south coast and recommended evacuations for adjacent "high risk" areas. In addition, the online interactive Debris Flow Risk Map now shows changes to the risk areas from Extreme Risk to High Risk in the city of Carpinteria based on that city's staff analysis. Officials recommended evacuations for residents in areas surrounding the mandatory evacuations, the report added.

Montecito was hit hard in January when a downpour over a wildfire burn scar unleashed flash floods laden with huge boulders that destroyed or damaged hundreds of homes, killed 21 people and left two others missing. Updated meteorological models by the National Weather Service indicate that there is a potential for rainfall to exceed the half-inch-per-hour threshold that triggers debris flows Tuesday morning at daylight, a statement from Santa Barbara County said. Ventura County has issued a voluntary evacuation order for residents of Matilija Canyon and North Fork beginning 7 a.m. Tuesday.

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"Please do not wait for someone to come to your door and contact you in person to tell you to leave", county Sheriff Bill Brown said during a news conference Monday. Officials said residents can also go to ReadySBC.org for up-to-date information on evacuations and road closures. People in Extreme Risk (red) areas are required to evacuate.

An evacuation center had been opened at the Goleta Valley Community Center at 5679 Hollister Ave.in Goleta.

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The rain amounts predicted for the storms, according to the National Weather Service, are about 0.3 inches per hour late Wednesday into Thursday and about 0.5 inches per hour on Friday into Saturday.

This storm is likely to bring a threat of brief, but heavier rainfall along with isolated thunderstorms.

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KTLA's Melissa Pamer contributed to this article.

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