Quick reminders in between the rain drops:
If your windshield wipers are on – headlights should be as well.
Never attempt to drive through standing water- there is no way to check the depth and only a few inches of water can be enough to cause your vehicle to lose traction. #turnarounddontdrown
Sand and Sand Bags: are available at the north dead end of East Street (between our Corporation Yard and Yolo Credit Union) first come first serve, bring your own shovel and take only what you need.
Power Outages: High winds can mean downed power lines and downed trees – both of which can mean no power. Keep track of outages in your area with this map by PG and E.
Road Closures: Roads are being closed and opened as water floods and is absorbed. Please check the following sources for the latest road conditions:
Weather – Know your terminology between watch, warning and advisory:
Watch = potential for significant and hazardous weather conditions within 48 hours
Warning = the following conditions are occurring or expected within the next 12 to 18 hours
Advisory = conditions are expected to be a significant inconvenience but not serious enough to warrant a warning