Recent Storm Damage Posts

It's No Hurricane Dorian, But Beware of Incoming Southern California Weather

9/5/2019 (Permalink)

Hurricane Dorian Passes Trough the East Coast As Unusual Weather Systems Begin to Hit Southern California

While our branch gives its best wishes to those in Dorian's path, we've become aware of some unusual weather patterns developing here in Cerritos,CA. These patterns include high temperature levels and extreme humidity making thunderstorms more likely.

  • Thunderstorm Advisory

Local weather services have put Southern California mountain range areas on Flash Flood watch as thunderstorm systems are being noticed to form. The areas on alert are the following: San Bernardino County Mountains-Riverside County Mountains-
San Diego County Mountains-San Gorgonio Pass Near Banning-

It is recommended to have all outside weather gear prepped in the case of an emergency or flash flood.

  • Heat Advisory

In addition to the potential for thunderstorms, other areas are seeing excessive heat. The areas on alert and that are being impacted include the cities of Escondido, El Cajon, San Marcos, La Mesa,
Santee, Poway, Santa Ana, Anaheim, Garden Grove, Irvine, Orange, Fullerton, and Mission Viejo. 

During these advisories, it is recommended to not be outdoors for lengthy periods of time. If necessary to be outdoors, have enough cold water with you at all times. 

During these complex weather patterns, the SERVPRO of Cerritos/Hawaiian Gardens team encourages all in the area to stay safe and hydrated. Should the weather prove to cause damage in your home or business, we are here to help! (562)916-7646

SoCal Due for Atmospheric River-Fueled Storm This Week

2/27/2019 (Permalink)

  • What is an Atmospheric River Storm?

Just like a river on the ground, an atmospheric river is a river-sized water pocket in the sky carrying "as much as 15 Mississippi Rivers" of concentrated water vapor. Through this last week of February 2019, Southern California is expected to see significant moisture from such a phenomenon.  

  • Moisture to be expected

Depending on where you reside, SERVPRO of Cerritos/Hawaiian Gardens recommends avoiding unnecessary travel and staying safe during this wet week ahead.

Moisture levels are likely to reach above two inches in San Diego, Riverside, and Orange counties while residents in higher elevations are expected to see as much as ten inches.

  • We are here for you

For more regularly updated information, please visit the LA Times here

If you should find a leak or extensive water damage in your home or business, don't hesitate to give the SERVPRO of Cerritos/Hawaiian Gardens team a call! 

(562)-916-7646

We recognize the impact sudden water damage can have and our crews are ready to assist you in making it "Like it never even happened."