Calif. storms go south; evacuations in Ventura Cty

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Nearly a dozen homes north of Los Angeles were evacuated over mudslide concerns, a glow captain pronounced early Saturday, after storms that rained on a San Francisco Giants’ World Series championship march changed south.

Authorities pronounced 11 residences in Ventura County were evacuated late Friday and early Saturday after sand and waste from a bank struck during slightest dual of them, partially burying one man.

Capt. Mike Lindbery of a Ventura County Fire Department pronounced a evacuations were going on in a area in a city of Camarillo.

He pronounced complicated rains Friday night played a purpose in a sand flow, though he didn’t know to what extent.

A glow organisation discovered a male uninjured after he became mired waist-deep in sand during his home.

Lindbery pronounced a other homes were evacuated as a prevision since it was too dim to establish if there was a intensity for mudslides from a hill.

A geologist was assessing a conditions though officials are watchful for illumination to make a determination, Lindbery said.

Meanwhile, some of a evacuees took retreat during a circuitously Red Cross shelter.

Elsewhere, an depletion advisory was released and a preserve non-stop in Orange County’s Silverado Canyon, where about a half-inch of sleet was approaching early Saturday morning, county sheriff’s and glow officials said.

Only residents would be authorised in a area and residents were told a depletion advisory could be incited into an sequence if a conditions grows some-more serious.

Some 200 homes were evacuated from a wildfire in September.

By late Friday night a charge had reached a Santa Barbara area, where tough rains were descending and stuffing streets.

In San Francisco a solid drizzle fell on a march Friday to applaud a Giants’ third World Series win in 5 years

Matt Parker and Drew Kennett took a packet from Marin County to San Francisco to attend a parade.

“Rain? What rain?” Parker joked.

“This isn’t rain,” Kennett pronounced of a drizzly conditions. “This is San Francisco.”

Area proprietor Mike Mezz, in shorts and a Giant’s shirt, had his powerful prepared underneath a gray skies.

“I’m a San Franciscan, that’s how we do it,” he said. “I don’t mind a rain. If it was snowing I’d still be out here. That’s how most we adore a Giants.”

National Weather Service forecaster Matt Mehly pronounced that while a initial large charge this tumble is acquire and necessary, it won’t be scarcely adequate to impact statewide H2O shortages stemming from years with small rainfall.

“It’s going to take several years to put a hole in a drought,” he said.

The continue use has released a winter charge warning for most of a Sierra Nevada starting during 5 p.m. Friday, with sleet approaching during aloft elevations overnight, he said.

Ranger Cari Cobb, mouthpiece for Yosemite National Park, pronounced in an emailed matter that Tioga and Glacier Point roads would preemptively tighten during 6:00 p.m. Friday.

She pronounced they are expecting sleet during 6,000 feet, with 6 to 15 inches accumulating above 8,000 feet by late Saturday morning.

Road crews will reassess a roads after a charge to confirm if and when they can reopen. They typically tighten in Nov and open in May or June.

Snows were also approaching in Southern California mountains.

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