LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The National Weather Service Saturday night issued a flood advisory in L.A. County, placing the Woolsey Fire burn areas on alert.Marvel Actor Gaspard Ulliel Dead At 37 Following Ski Accident
The advisory came as moderate to heavy rain was expected across portions of the county due to a line of storms.
Officials warned residents of burn areas in Agoura Hills, Thousand Oaks, Malibu, Westlake Village and Calabasas to expect possible flooding.READ MORE: Authorities Arrest Brittany Moore, Suspect Involved In String Of Retail Thefts
Heavy downpours brought more than a half-inch of rain in 30 minutes in Ventura County. That system was expected to move through L.A. at 10:30 p.m.
Officials laso warned of roadway flooding, possible rockslides and mudslides, including PCH below the Santa Monica Mountains, canyon, roads in the Santa Monica Mountains, including Las Virgenes Canyon
Rd., and in the hills between Agoura and Calabasas.
A flash flood warning was later issued for southern L.A. County after rainfall reached up to 0.62 inches in 30 minutes.