GLENDORA (CBSLA.com) — Residents of Glendora remained under voluntary evacuation orders Wednesday, authorities said.

Glendora City officials have been warning residents near the Colby Fire burn area to prepare for possible mudslides and debris flows.

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So far, fire crews have responded to 16 minor mudslides since the storm began early Tuesday, however, there have been no reports of property damage.

The affected burn area is generally described as the area north of Sierra Madre Avenue between the western city limits to the eastern boundary of properties on the west side of the Little Dalton Wash.

Residents are required to remove vehicles, trash bins and other obstructions from the street to ensure emergency crews can access the area and to prevent any damage from mudflows.

Glendora Mountain Road was still closed and will remain blocked until further notice.

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City officials will meet at 1 p.m. to discuss lifting the voluntary evacuation order.

Officials lifted the voluntary evacuation order Wednesday for the fire-scarred areas of Silverado Canyon in Orange County.

The area had been under a flash flood watch since Tuesday as a result of the September Silverado Fire.

Fire crews, assisted by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and Public Works, will continue to patrol the burn areas and nearby creek.

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The early winter storm was expected to dump up six inches of rain in parts of the Southland by the time it passes Wednesday.