LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com)  —  The LA County Department of Public Works on Sunday announced that scores of roads ravaged and made impassable by mud after storms Thursday will be reopened this evening.

Many of the roads in Lake Hughes, Elizabeth Lake and Leona Valley are reopening ahead of schedule.

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Officials said more than 40 pieces of heavy machinery, including front loaders, bulldozers and dump trucks, and 60 Public Works personnel worked through the weekend to bring relief to the affected areas.

The following County roads wee scheduled to reopen Sunday evening.

Elizabeth Lake Road — From Godde Hill Road to Lake Hughes Road

Godde Hill Road — From the Palmdale city limit to Elizabeth Lake Road

San Francisquito Canyon Road — From Elizabeth Lake Road to Dry Gulch Road

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Bouquet Canyon Road — From Elizabeth Lake Road to north of Vasquez Canyon Road

Spunky Canyon Road — San Francisquito Canyon Road and Bouquet Canyon Road

Public Works officials said efforts continue to reopen Munz Ranch Road between Elizabeth Lake Road and Lancaster Road as well as Lake Hughes Road from Elizabeth Lake Road to Dry Gulch.

In addition to the reopened roads mentioned above, officials have also announced several road openings in Palmdale. They include Avenue N between 10th St. W and Sierra Highway, Avenue M-8 between 60th St. W and 65th St. W and Elizabeth Lake Road from Ranch Center Drive into Leona Valley.

Traffic delays can be expected as work continues along roadways.

Follow County Public Works on Twitter for continual updates on road conditions at @LAPublicWorks. Visit the Coordinated Agency Response website (C.A.R.E.) to sign up for automated notification.

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