LOS ANGELES (FOX 11) - Heavy rain was expected to continue through Thursday evening in Southern California, leading to the possibility of roadway flooding and mudslides.
A Flash Flood Watch was also issued for the Woolsey and Hill fire burn areas through 1 p.m. Thursday.
Forecasters urged residents to move away from recently burned areas if safe to do so, saying heavy rains will likely trigger rockslides, mudslides and debris flows.
Forecasters expected 1 to 2 inches of rainfall for the coast and valleys, 2 to 6 inches for the foothills and mountain areas.
The snow level was at 9,000 feet and expected to lower to 5,000 feet by Friday.
At 115 pm, main cold front has pushed east of LA county, but scattered showers with some brief heavy downpours still occurring this afternoon. #LAWeather #cawx #Socal #LArain pic.twitter.com/c2fXBj34Z5— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) February 14, 2019
Residents can find evacuation and other emergency information at the following websites: