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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Here are the latest weather updates from across the Southland.

5 p.m.: The storm has mostly broken up as it headed east through Southern California, though scattered showers will stick around into the evening in some areas.

10:10 a.m., Santa Clarita: Evacuation orders lifted for Santa Clarita, but remained in effect for about 180 homes in the Duarte area

8:22 a.m., Irvine: Reports of hail from across the Southland from Irvine to Sepulveda Pass area

8:04 a.m., Santa Clarita: Evacuation orders in effect for 120 homes in the Santa Clarita area near the site of the Sand Fire in July, and 180 in Duarte near the site of the Fish Fire in June.

7:23 a.m., Los Angeles: Some 7,700 LADWP customers were still without power this morning as a result of storm-related damages. More than 450 SoCal Edison customers in L.A. County and 4,000 O.C. customers also without power

11:20 p.m., Long Beach: All southbound lanes of the 710 Freeway at PCH are open. All northbound lanes remain closed.

10:08 p.m., Topanga: Caltrans reports Topanga Canyon Boulevard could be closed for two to three days to clear mudslide.

9:57 p.m., Santa Monica Mountains: Solstice Canyon and Paramount Ranch closed due to heavy rain.

9:50 p.m., Silverado: Voluntary evacuation for Silverado Canyon in Orange County lifted.

8:50 p.m., Santa Clarita: Mandatory evacuation orders will remain in place overnight Sunday for Sand Canyon residents in burn areas, according to the LASD. Officials will evaluate the situation at first light Monday. Several roads leading into the Val Verde area remain closed.

8:44 p.m., Brea: Carbon Canyon expected to be closed all night due to mudslides. Olinda Village residents are being escorted by Caltrans crews.

7:40 p.m., Long Beach: The 710 Freeway remains flooded near Willow Street.

7:35 p.m., Santa Ana: Many Santa Ana streets are experiencing flooding. Residents are asked to avoid the Santa Ana Riverbed as well as all flood control channels.

7:02 p.m., Hollywood Hills: Laurel Canyon Boulevard closed at Kirkwood Drive due to downed tree, per LAFD.

6:59 p.m., Carson: The 110 Freeway at 223rd Street has reopened in both directions.

6:49 p.m., Topanga:

6:20 p.m., Gardena: Flooding has closed the 110 Freeway at both Rosecrans Avenue and Redondo Beach Boulevard, per Caltrans.

5:55 p.m., Duarte: Red Cross Shelter and Los Angeles County Mobile Animal Shelter will remain open throughout the night, per the city of Duarte.

5:42 p.m., Long Beach:

4:56 p.m., Wilmington: 5 people safe after water rescue operation by Los Angeles Fire Department at Pine Creek Lane and the Pacific Coast Highway. 3 walked out with assistance from firefighters and two were brought out by boat.

4:43 p.m., Malibu: Mud and rock slides have closed lanes at Mulholland Highway and the Pacific Coast Highway, Kanan Road, and Corral Canyon at the PCH.

4:10 p.m., Corona: Southbound State Route 71 to eastbound State 91 connector is closed until crews can address flooding and erosion due to heavy rain.

4:08 p.m., Wilmington: Swift water rescue underway at the Pacific Coast Highway and Pine Creek Lane in Wilmington. Los Angeles Fire Department reports two victims have been brought to safety. Rescue teams are searching for potential additional victims.

4:01 p.m., Santa Monica:

3:59 p.m., Carson: 3 vehicles are stuck in mud and water at West Sepulveda Boulevard and South Vermont Avenue in Carson, per L.A. County Fire. CHP has closed the southbound 110 Freeway off-ramp to Sepulveda Blvd.

3:53 p.m., Bear Valley: All schools in the Bear Valley Unified School District closed Monday due to snow. Those schools are:

Big Bear Elementary School
Baldwin Lane Elementary School
Fallsvale Elementary School (Forest Falls)
North Shore Elementary School
Big Bear Middle School
Big Bear High School
Chautauqua High School

 

 

 

 

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