Isolated thunderstorms are expected to remain offshore with peak rain rates of .5 inch per hour possible. Six Flags Magic Mountain is closed Monday because of “inclement weather,” the theme park announced on Twitter.
Snow is coming down rapidly on #I-5 at #Gorman where there was a report of a solo vehicle spinout on the SB lane. This photo is taken on NB lane at exit 202. SLOW DOWN and drive with caution. Check Quickmap, https://t.co/NBeQFoO0lp, for latest road conditions. pic.twitter.com/g3iM1P8nFq— Caltrans District 7 (@CaltransDist7) January 14, 2019
Officials are concerned about possible roadway flooding and shallow mud and debris flows Monday. Mandatory evacuations were issued over the weekend for residents in the Holy Fire burn areas. The order applied to the Amorose, Alberhill, Glen Ivy A, Glen Ivy B, Glen Eden, Horsethief A, Laguna A, Maitri, McVicker A, Rice and Withrow A neighborhoods, county officials said in a written statement. A voluntary evacuation warning was also issued for the Holy Fire burn areas in Orange County, where the heaviest rain is expected Monday afternoon through 7 p.m. A second storm is expected to arrive Tuesday afternoon and bring another inch or so of rain to the region. The third and final weather system is forecast for Wednesday night into Thursday.
Due to inclement weather, the park will not be open today. Tickets purchased just for today will be valid any other day in 2019.— Six Flags MM (@SFMagicMountain) January 14, 2019
MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDER has been issued for residents in the following zones: Amorose, Alberhill, Glen Ivy A, Glen Ivy B, Glen Eden, Grace, Horsethief A, Laguna A, Maitri, McVicker A, Rice and Withrow A pic.twitter.com/havU05gsm7— CAL FIRE Riverside (@CALFIRERRU) January 14, 2019