Napa Storm Watch
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Should the storm create dangerous conditions, we will bring you live coverage and audio updates of all pertinent information.
3:20 A look at the storm. Much worse in Sonoma and Marin
10:24 A Flash Flood Warning is in effect for Napa County until 11:45 AM, according to the National Weather Service.
10:07 Lodi Lane in Calistoga is closed due to the current storm, Lodi Lane has been closed due to flooding. Motorists are advised to use an alternate route .
10:30 Looks like Napa is in the clear for a while
9:06 According to the City of Napa, the National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for flash flooding and debris flows for Napa County until 10:45am
9:05 According to the Napa Sheriff’s Dept., St. Helena downtown businesses are in jeopardy of flooding. Sand bags are available at the 800 Block of Adams and Crane Park. Water levels are cresting over the sidewalks. Numerous streets within the city limits of St. Helena are also flooding. Sand bags are available to Business Owners and Residents. Bring your own shovel if you have one, to fill the sand bags.
8:30 Karin Argoud takes look at Hopper Creek in Yountville at 8:30 am
8:16 Rainfall totals in Napa County range from 1.62 inches in a Napa corporation yard to 8.3 inches in Angwin.
7:59 – From the NationalWealther Service:
Heavy rains in Napa area yet to come, says Weather Service. Flash Flood Watch may be upgraded. High Wind Warning remains in effect.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Marin and Sonoma Counties until 10:15am, and indications are that the heavy rain in those areas is moving into Napa County. A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through late Thursday night.
7:54 The latest from Napa County Public Works:
“The current storm event has caused localized flooding and standing water on Silverado Trail – North of Yountville Crossroad. Motorists are advised to reduce speed and proceed with caution.”
PGE reports outages impacting about 65 customers around Darms Lane.
At the moment there are no plans for NVUSD school closures.
In Napa, SANDBAGS are available at
- First Street and Freeway Drive
- Menlo Avenue adjacent to Memorial Stadium.
In St. Helena, SANDBAGS are available at the east end of Adams Street and at Crane Park.
SANDBAGS are also available from the County at Napa County Fire Department 1199 Big Tree Rd, St. Helena, CA 94574
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