Officials also warned of downed trees, increased crashes and travel delays and rockslides on canyon roads. Mud spilled onto lanes of Pacific Coast Highway by Deer Creek Canyon Road Thursday, according to Caltrans. Shortly after, all lanes of the roadway closed just north of the Ventura County line from Broad Beach Road to Las Posas Road, though they later reopened. Another slide north of Yerba Buena Road extended the closure from Trancas Canyon Road to Las Posas in the early afternoon, Caltrans tweeted. officials said. Another voluntary evacuation warning was in place in Orange County areas affected by the Holy Fire, officials said. The voluntary evacuation in Orange County is for homes located within Trabuco Creek Rose Canyon and the Mystic Oaks / El Cariso areas. Additionally, a flash flood advisory had been place in Orange County, southwestern San Bernardino County, western Riverside County and northwestern San Diego County until 2:15 p.m., according to the weather service. A flood advisory was also effect in Los Angeles County until 2 p.m. There were no mandatory evacuation orders in place in Santa Barbara, Ventura or Los Angeles counties, which also had areas that were recently ravaged by wildfires. Zuma Beach in Malibu was closed Thursday morning because of lighting.
Light to moderate rain will continue through rush hour. The rain is expected to taper off as the evening goes on. We're expecting dry skies tomorrow before another round of rain this weekend! #CAwx pic.twitter.com/kNauPFSuow— NWS San Diego (@NWSSanDiego) January 31, 2019
Please remain alert and prepared as another rain system moves through Ventura County. Possible impacts to foothills and PCH . Rain prep info available at https://t.co/JcfOpDaV1m. @VCFD https://t.co/iaPOpTIZUk— VCFD PIO (@VCFD_PIO) January 31, 2019