Many trees have fallen and power lines came down across the Central and South coasts as a result of the latest storm.
Firefighters were on scene Saturday morning at an apartment complex in Goleta morning where a large eucalyptus tree had fallen into the two-story building on Bolton Walk.
#CAstorm– SBC FF’s survey the scene of a large eucalyptus tree that fell into a two-story apt. complex on Bolton Walk in Goleta Saturday morning. Multiple trees have toppled and wires have come down throughout the county as a result of this latest storm. https://t.co/gujtJTUSEj pic.twitter.com/RJ40zvV6dl
— SBCFireInfo (@EliasonMike) February 2, 2019
In San Luis Obispo, crews were assessing a tree that had fallen in front of a home on San Marcos Court where a wedding was scheduled to take place later in the day.
A 100-foot tree also fell onto a home in Santa Barbara. No injuries were reported.
— Melissa Newman (@melnewmantv) February 2, 2019
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A flash flood warning has been issued for the Sherpa and Whittier Fire burn areas in Santa Barbara County.
Officials say intense rain rates up to .5” in 15 minutes are heading toward those burn scars, which could result in mud and debris flows.
A high wind warning for both counties is in effect until 3 p.m. Saturday.