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>> Ventura County residents are bracing for another round of possible mudslides, as a storm rolls across the Southern California coast. They went through it just two months ago, and now->> I'm afraid of it taking my house.>> More than 25,000 people have been evacuated in Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties with storms coming in from the Pacific Ocean expected to produce far more rainfall than January's.
In addition to destroying homes, wildfires last winter left California's coastline vulnerable to mudslides which killed more than 20 people. Now, California officials are urging residents living in areas previously devastated by mudslides to evacuate as they face the threat of more to come.