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Victor Valley Residents Experiencing Some Wild Weather

The strong winds snapped a tree branch at the home  of the Sierra family in Apple Valley. (Photo by LaFamilia Sierras‎)
The strong winds snapped a tree branch at the home of the Sierra family in Apple Valley.
(Photo by LaFamilia Sierras‎)

(VVNG.com)- One look at the sky and you will see dark clouds heading from the east in our direction. Just moments ago the National Weather Service issued a Flood Advisory for Apple Valley, Lucerne Valley and Victorville.

The advisory will remain in effect from now till 4:45 P.M., today.

Many residents in Apple Valley are reporting thunder, heavy rain, and even hail coming down near the area of Bear Valley Road and Central.

As of 1:52 P.M., the local temperature in Victorville was 97 degrees, and as Siri would say, it’s HOT! The winds are howling through the region and are predicted to reach up to 35 mph.

Please share any photos or videos of the rain with us by emailing news@vvng.com.

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Hugo Valdez has lived in the Victor Valley for over 25 years. His strength is community visionary and leadership. He founded Victor Valley News in 2012 in the effort to bring more awareness and fellowship to the local residents. He has a background in marketing/advertising under his belt. To reach Hugo, send an e-mail to Hugo@VVNG.com or call him at (760) 998-1598.

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