The San Bernardino County Flood Control District has unveiled 15 state-of-the-art snow gauges, significantly boosting the county’s ability to monitor snowfall. These advanced gauges provide real-time data on snow depth, which is crucial for tracking weather conditions and informing the public promptly.

The initiative is a collaborative effort with the National Weather Service, ensuring the accuracy and reliability of the information provided. This partnership aims to enhance community preparedness by offering precise data that supports timely decision-making and resource allocation.

The new technology underscores the importance of public safety and awareness. With real-time snow depth sensors, the district can better manage operational planning and improve responses to winter weather conditions. This proactive approach is expected to play a vital role in safeguarding the community and optimizing flood control measures during the snowy season.

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Additional County Update News – May 23, 2024