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Staff Report
3:07 pm PST February 1, 2019

Several Malibu areas are among areas of concern as storms continue.

According to Los Angeles County, the following areas are at high risk for potential mud and debris flow: Trancas/Malibu West, Malibu Park/Lower Zuma Creek, Ramirez Canyon/Paradise Cove, Latigo Canyon/Escondido Drive/Maguire Drive, Malibou Lake/Cornell Road, Old Agoura/Balkins Drive/Fairview Drive, Oak Forest Mobile Estates, Decker Canyon/Decker School Lane/Decker School Road, Encinal Canyon from Lechusa to PCH and Mulholland from Little Sycamore to PCH.

The National Weather Service is predicting a 100 percent chance of rain the evening of Friday, Feb. 1, following by heavy rain on Saturday. A flash flood warning remains in effect for Los Angeles County burn areas from late Friday night until early Sunday.

Roadway flooding also is likely, the NWS’ alert states. Anyone who becomes trapped due to flooding is urged to seek high ground and call 911.

The county also urged residents to have enough supplies for 7 to 10 days, create an evacuation plan and remain aware of road closures.

Updates are to be posted on the following Twitter handles: @CaltransDist7, @LASDHQ, @LHSLASD, @LACoFDPIO and @LACoPublicWorks.