The National Weather Service on Sunday canceled a flash-flood warning for the area of Ventura County that was burned by the 2013 Springs Fire.
Earlier, residents of Camarillo Springs had been advised to shelter in place.
Issued at 7:27 p.m., the warning was initially scheduled to remain in effect until 9:15 p.m., the weather service said in a statement. It was canceled shorty before 9 p.m.
The agency’s Doppler radar had indicated heavy showers were headed toward Camarillo Springs, which is located within the burn area.
When flash-flood warnings are in effect, residents should stay out of the way of fast-moving water and debris flows by moving to a second story or the highest location in their home, the weather service said.
The Springs Fire, which was sparked by a moving vehicle on the 101 Freeway in Camarillo, burned 24,238 acres in May 2013.