An EVACUATION WARNING has been issued for a portion of the LNU burn scar due to the potential for mud or debris flow and flash flooding. Click here for the evacuation warning map and address lookup.
An evacuation warning means there is a potential threat to life and/or property. Those who require additional time to evacuate, and those with pets and/or livestock are encouraged to leave now. Evacuation site(s) will only be set up if the evacuation warning becomes an evacuation order.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Flash Flood Watch for the LNU Lightning Complex burn scar from Tuesday, 1/26/21 at 4pm to Thursday, 1/28/21 at 5pm. Heavy rainfall over the Hennessey Fire in the LNU Lightning Complex burn scar is expected up to and during the period of the watch. Residents near the Hennessey Fire in the LNU Lightning Complex burn scar should prepare for potential flooding impacts. The heaviest rain is expected Tuesday, 1/26/21 midnight into Wednesday, 1/27/21 3am. Click here for full weather watch. Click here for information on sand and sandbags.
The National Weather Service has also issued a High Wind Warning from 1/27/21 midnight to 1/27/21 noon. Strong and damaging winds could cause downed trees and tree limbs, possibly impeding evacuation routes. High wind may cause loss of power, impacting the ability to receive emergency notifications. Click here for full weather warning.
Click here for the current National Weather Service forecast.
All residents in the LNU Lightning Complex burn scar should have a Go Bag ready. Not sure what to pack? Visit, www.ready.gov/kit.
Visit Solano County’s Storm Ready site Storm Ready for additional information on how to prepare. Call Solano County Office of Emergency Services (OES) at (707) 784-1600 if you have questions regarding this notification. Follow @SolanoOES on Facebook for updates.