VIDEO: 11 a.m. Press Conference

 

The National Weather Service has changed its initial rain models, stating that the period for intense rains will occur between 1 p.m. and 8 p.m., said City Manager Chris Jeffers.

The Glendora foothills stand to receive about 3 inches of rain, while higher elevations, such as Mount Baldy, could receive as much as 8 inches.

City crews and county fire fighters responded to six incidents since the 6 a.m. hour, mostly calls to clear mud and debris from city drains and roadways, removing trash cans in the road and repositioning cement k-rails along Rainbow Drive.

Glendora Police officers, including detectives, are ready to deploy and evacuate residents in the case that intense mudslides do occur, said Police Chief Tim Staab.

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