LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A flash flood warning has been issued Saturday for the Los Angeles County burn areas of Colby, Madre, Madison, and Williams.

The National Weather Service says the warning has been extended through 6:15 p.m.

The warning means flooding and debris flows are imminent or are occurring near residences.

Meanwhile, a flash flood watch remains in place for most of Southern California on Saturday. The following areas remain impacted:

• San Fernando Valley
• San Gabriel Valley
• All Mountains
• Santa Clarita Valley
• Catalina Island
• Antelope Valley
• Los Angeles County Coast

The NWS says a flash flood watch means conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. Flash flood watches have also been issued through Saturday evening for the following cities:

• Malibu
• Santa Monica
• Beverly Hills
• Hollywood
• Long Beach
• Topanga
• Avalon
• Santa Clarita
• Newhall
• Valencia
• Woodland Hills
• Northridge
• Burbank
• Universal City

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