Keep California in your prayers. Evacuations have been ordered in Southern California after the first significant rainfall in the region in a while, amid fears that it could trigger mudslides. The wildfires that tore through SoCal just a few weeks earlier may have cleared vegetation that would have served as a buffer to the mudslides that now threaten residents.

Mandatory evacuation orders affect over 6,000 residents of Santa Barabara County, while voluntary evacuation orders affect another 20,000.


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