GLENDALE — The Station fire burn area could get pounded with up to 6 inches of rain by Sunday, prompting flash-flood warnings and renewed fears of debris flows.
The National Weather Service on Friday warned hillside residents that flash flooding and debris flows were possible through Sunday.
The cold storm is expected to bring its heaviest rainfall this afternoon. Some mountain regions could also see wind gusts of up to 70 mph, while local winds will likely be closer to 35 mph, according to the weather service.
With the storm expected to stick around most of the weekend, local public works crews had already begun patrolling the hillsides Friday as the rain moved in.