Schools are closed due to flood risk on the Salinas River

Flooding concerns from Salinas River officials are now being directed to residents evacuating from Monterey Bay to Sula River Road, where the area shaded in red can be seen here on the county’s evacuation map. Good evening everyone. I’m Erin Clark. DAN GREEN is off tonight, that evacuation order was issued about an hour ago Aaron Sheriff Young, holding his first major press conference since being sworn in at a press conference two weeks ago. He warned all residents of Monterey County that the storm could bring major problems and disruptions. We could be in for the same major trips from this press conference, the major road closures that could be causing people to lose travel and limit their travel at this time and obey all road closures, but the Sheriff’s Alert conditions in the Salinas Valley will begin to change tomorrow afternoon leading to concerns that the Valley and Peninsula could be cut off. Now if someone was here in 1995, the marina or the Monterey Peninsula became an island during a major flood event, it’s stuck in a C1, which repeats that any orders or warnings coming out of the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office. You should listen to them and Aaron should pay attention to them, don’t wait until it’s too late. So if you want to know if you’re in an evacuation zone, you can look at the T

Several school districts in Monterey County have announced the cancellation of all classes and extracurricular activities. Thursday, Jan. 12. The following school districts have announced closures until 11:00 p.m. Wednesday: Salinas Union High School District Santa Rita Union School District Washington Union School District Soledad Unified School District Gonzales Unified School District Spreckels Union School District Monterey in anticipation of flooding along the Salinas River. The announcements come after the county sheriff’s office issued more evacuation orders. Potential flooding could cut roads connecting Salinas and the Monterey Peninsula. According to officials, the river will flood Highway 68, Blanco Road across the river, and Highway 1, which merges into the ocean near the marina. They expect that to begin around noon Thursday, but it could be sooner or later depending on how fast the river rises.

Several school districts in Monterey County have announced that all classes and extracurricular activities will be canceled on Thursday, January 12.

The following school districts have been notified that they will be closed until 11:00 p.m. Wednesday:

  • Salinas Union High School District
  • Santa Rita Union School District
  • Washington Union School District
  • Soledad Unified School District
  • Gonzales Unified School District
  • Spreckels Union School District

The announcements come after the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office issued evacuation orders in anticipation of flooding along the Salinas River. Potential flooding could cut roads connecting Salinas and the Monterey Peninsula.

According to officials, the river will flood Highway 68, Blanco Road across the river, and Highway 1, which merges into the ocean near the marina. They expect that to begin around noon Thursday, but it could be sooner or later depending on how fast the river rises.

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