The Los Angeles County Fire Department has spent quite a bit of time at a home in the 1100blk of North Easley Canyon Road where a substantial mudflow is being reported.
Fire fighters estimate about four feet of mud has collected to the rear of a home on Easley Canyon with mud beginning to enter the residence, according to broadcast traffic.
Fire fighters have called in a dozer team to help alleviate the mud and debris.
Glendora Police are on scene and report mud and rocks on many streets in the north end of town. Street crews are working to clear debris from the roads.
On their Facebook page, police said the city experienced a micro burst in the north end of town and that the worst of the storm has passed.
No injuries are reported.