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Floods, mudslides, debris flows? A check-in on fire-ravaged areas as rain drenches SoCal




Sandbags and barriers placed to protect property from flash floods, mudslides, and debris flows on October, January 4, 2008 in Malibu, California.
Sandbags and barriers placed to protect property from flash floods, mudslides, and debris flows on October, January 4, 2008 in Malibu, California.
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A flash flood warning has been issued for the region downslope of the Holy Fire burn area.

Included are portions of southwest Riverside County and east-central Orange County. Malibu is also bracing for potential debris flows from the Woolsey burn area. The National Weather Service just issued a flash flood warning alerting those in southwest Riverside and east-central Orange County downslope from the Holy Fire.

We’ll hear the latest from first responders and local officials in the affected areas.

Guests:

Fernando Herrera, captain with CALFire Riverside and public information officer for the Holy Flood #2 incident command

Natasha Johnson, mayor of Lake Elsinore

Laura Rosenthal, Malibu City councilmember

Sharon McNary, KPCC’s infrastructure correspondent, who is at a Thousand Oaks debris basin, the area  was burned over in the Woolsey Fire; she tweets @KPCCSharon