The Orange County Sheriff's Department rescinded mandatory orders for residents of Trabuco Creek, along with the voluntary evacuation of Rose Canyon and the Mystic Oaks and El North areas. Trabuco Canyon Road was also reopened.
In Riverside County, residents of Amorose, Alberhill, Glen Ivy A, Glen Ivy B, Glen Eden, Grace, Horsethief A, Laguna A, Matri, McVicker A, Rice and Withrow A were allowed to return to their homes.
The storm brought a mix of mud, water, and debris from Lake Elsinore to north Glen Ivy but no major damage was reported overnight. The worst of the mudslides appeared to be emanating from Rice Canyon, but a channel built behind several homes on Dale Court appeared to keep the mud away from the area's properties.
The Lake Elsinore Unified School District had decided Thursday morning to close Luiseno Elementary School, Rice Canyon Elementary School, Withrow Elementary School, Terra Cotta Middle School and Lakeside High School, all of which are situated in or near residential areas that were placed under evacuation orders during the storm.
The closures were extended into Friday at Luiseno, Rice Canyon, Terra Cotta and Withrow. Lakeside High and all other LEUSD campuses were open Friday.
The Holy Fire ripped through the area in August in a blaze that charred nearly 23,000 acres.
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UPDATE: @OCSheriff has lifted the Evacuation Order (Mandatory) for residents within Trabuco Creek & Evacuation Warning (Voluntary) for Rose Canyon & Mystic Oaks/El North areas. #TrabucoCanyon Road now open between Rose Canyon and Plano Trabuco Rd @OCFA_PIO pic.twitter.com/Rzz2BCYnRO— OC Public Works (@OCpublicworks) November 30, 2018