Forecasters said the weekend storm was the strongest in several years. It set new rainfall records on Sunday and caused widespread flooding after several hours of sustained, pouring rain.
- Rain will continue today, though it's likely to be less intense than it was over the weekend
- The city of Duarte has issued evacuation orders for residents living in the areas burned last summer by the Fish fire in the San Gabriel Mountains near Azusa.
- Santa Clarita issued notices for about 120 homes in the vicinity of last summer’s Sand fire.
- Evacuations were also ordered in burn areas in Silverado Canyon in Orange County and parts of Santa Barbara County.
The series of storms over the last few weeks in the Sierra Nevada have been very good to Lake Tahoe.
According to the National Weather Service, the lake has gained about 33.6 billion gallons of water since Jan. 1 -- and the lake has risen about one foot.
It's a big turn around from just a few years ago, when the drought had Lake Tahoe water levels reaching record lows.
After a lull Monday, more snow is on the way for the Sierra through Thursday.