CSAC Bulletin Article

Winter Storm Resources

February 1, 2024

California is experiencing a large winter storm with flash flood risks, heavy snow for the Sierra and other mountain ranges, and high wind warnings/advisories remain in effect for much of the state.

CalOES Deployed Resources Across the State:

On Wednesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom activated the state operations center of the California Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) which triggers the coordination of federal, state and local agencies in response to the effects of a string of atmospheric rivers expected to move across the state over the next two to three weeks. As a result, Cal OES is mobilizing crews around the state by pre-positioning fire trucks and strike teams to provide quick response to communities most at risk for damage.

Additional Resources

California Health and Human Services Agency (CalHHS) Emergency Resource Guide details supports, best practices, and services available to ensure vulnerable populations in California remain safe and connected throughout anticipated weather systems, with a focus on those with physical and developmental disabilities, elderly, children, low-income, and unhoused neighbors.

Listos California Resource Hub provides free materials in many languages that you can use and share to promote disaster preparedness in your county.

Caltrans’ QuickMap provides the most up-to-date weather and road conditions.

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