La County, Malibu, Keiko Canyon discussed on KNX Programming
To rolled over southern California and late in the day caused some street flooding in parts Long Beach, but in the Woolsey fire zone Bern areas. So far, no range of problems related to the heavy rains and three separate communities. LA county sheriff's lost hills deputies confirmed no major mud flows or property damage to the less than an inch of rain that fell during Tuesday or Calabasas Malibu also had significant damage, according to public safety director, Susan Duenas, everything seems to be holding up. We haven't heard of anything out of the ordinary actually think we fare better this time than the last storm. So so far so good. The evacuation orders. Give residents of the canyon areas burned over we'll stay in effect until at least Thursday when the last heaviest storm comes in off the Pacific Ocean and clears the region sometime in the afternoon in Malibu, Pete Demetrio, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. County officials are warning residents of the creek Farber an area of Keiko canyon. Lopez canyon and little Tonga canyon to be ready to get out at a moment's notice. The concern is the possibility for as much as one and a quarter inches of rain to fall per hour in all burn scar areas, especially over the next few days and the hillside you're already saturated LA county public works director. Mark says right now all debris basins are ready with maximum capacity to capture what may come down. What's unusual about the event? That's happening. Now is we're having back to back storms on a daily basis. So debris is building up in the system. L A county fire chief deputy, David Richardson, says they have also pre deployed resources to include our search and rescue teams as well as our swiftwater teams. The sheriff's department has. Also established patrols to monitor evacuated areas for looting and to ensure public safety, Margaret caro- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio dues for skiers stow, borders, and lots of them are visiting big bear snow is piling.