**YELLOW ALERT ISSUED**Severe Storm Shuts Down Glendora Mountain Road In California, USA
Rushing rains have begun sliding mud and debis down the mountain above Glendora, denuded by a fire last year and police have shut down Glendora Mountain Road because of the danger.
City officials in Glendora warned residents near the Colby Fire burn area to prepare for possible mudslides and debris flows. The alert issued by the city requires residents to remove vehicles, trash bins and other
obstructions from the street to ensure emergency crews can access the area — and to prevent any damage from mudflows.
The Glendora alert level, which had been at yellow, was raised to orange at 6 a.m., urging residents to voluntarily leave areas endangered by flooding and debris. An evacuation center will be set up at the Crowther Teen & Family Center, 241 W. Dawson Ave.
The Inland Valley Humane Society will be available at the center to offer assistance with pets. Horses can be taken to the Pomona Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Ave.
The affected burn area is generally described as the area north of Sierra Madre Avenue between the western city limits to the eastern boundary of properties on the west side of the Little Dalton Wash.