Southern California is being hit by continuing storms, causing flood and mudslide risks to rise.
Thunderstorm systems caused by the atmospheric river are hitting the Los Angeles area with more rain, threatening hillside and mountain homes.
The latest round of rain is falling on already oversaturated ground from previous storms, prompting new flood advisories and reigniting fears of major mudslides.
There are concerns about road and small stream flooding, power outages, and downed trees.
Residents are worried about mudslides, with memories of devastating mudslides caused by illegal construction in January still fresh.
Severe flooding and erosion in Camryo has already led to 16 evacuations.
The storms have caused thousands of dollars in damage, and several flash flood warnings are in effect in the north.
More rain is expected next week.