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Live updates: SoCal storm and impact on fire-ravaged areas




Commuters drive under heavy rainfall in Los Angeles, California on March 21, 2018. A slow-moving storm, billed as an
Commuters drive under heavy rainfall in Los Angeles, California on March 21, 2018. A slow-moving storm, billed as an "atmospheric river" began unleashing rain across southern California. Mandatory evacuations have been ordered by officials in Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties.
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A powerful Pacific storm is moving across central and southern parts of California, drenching communities previously ravaged by wildfires and mudslides.

Thousands of residents evacuated their homes ahead of the weather while others were waiting it out and hoping for the best.

KPCC is covering the impact of the storm as it continues to drench Santa Barbara to Los Angeles counties on Thursday. For the latest updates, click here.

Guests:

Mark Jackson, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in LA, who is in Santa Barbara now

Stephanie O’Neill, reporter in Ojai covering the storm

Sharon McNary, KPCC reporter on La Tuna Canyon Road in Sunland, one of the areas affected by the La Tuna Fire

Emily Guerin, KPCC reporter at the city of Santa Barbara