Wednesday’s rain is expected to be off and on throughout the day, turning into showers overnight.
A flash flood watch is still in effect for recent burn areas until 4 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 4. The chance for flooding still remains throughout the afternoon and into the night.
Hourly rain rates are expected to be around one quarter of an inch to one half of an inch, which has the potential to bring mudslides to the area and officials in Glendora and Azusa urge residents to remain alert during the rains.
Los Angeles County Public Works reports that it has captured 1.16 billion gallons of water during the rains, enough for 28,000 people for a year.
Glendora received 1.58 inches of rain on Tuesday, city staff said.
Forecasters predict that between Thursday and next Tuesday there will be a slight chance for showers Friday night and into Saturday morning.
The Colby Fire alert status remains at orange for now.