RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. (FOX 11) - --UPDATE--
Riverside County emergency officials have canceled all evacuation orders for the Holy Fire burn area as of 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31.
For more information go to http://www.RivCoReady.org/StormReady.
Mandatory evacuation orders were issued Thursday for residents in recent burn areas ahead of a storm expected to hit Southern California.
Forecasters said a quick-moving storm could bring moderate rainfall, mainly in the afternoon, capable of bringing possible mudslides and debris flow to burns areas.
Isolated thunderstorms could also bring heavier rainfall at times, according to the National Weather Serivce.
Authorities issued mandatory evacuations for areas in the Holy Fire burn zone in Riverside County:
Glen Ivy A
Glen Ivy B
#HolyFloodWatch MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDER issued for certain zones (see list below). Reminder, zone boundaries changed based on recent storms. Make sure you check the map at https://t.co/zYu5c8E7Qg to find your evacuation status @CALFIRERRU @CtyLakeElsinore @RSOPIOWest pic.twitter.com/kVQvKMHH8E— RivCoReady (@RivCoReady) January 31, 2019
In Orange County, a voluntary evacuation order was also issued for the homes located within Trabuco Creek, Rose Canyon and Mystic Oaks / El Cariso area.