Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia and Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park were shut Tuesday as a storm traveled through the area, bringing rainfall precipitation and gusty winds.
Six Flags said those with tickets for Tuesday will actually want to visit on another date. The tickets will be valid through Dec. 31.
The closures at the event congregations come as the tempest was relied upon to bring 6 creeps of downpour to neighborhood mountains, and 1 to 3 crawls along seaside and valley areas.
The National Weather Service has given a flood warning through 10 a.m. for Los Angeles County.
The downpours set off admonitions over conceivable mud and flotsam and jetsam streams in ongoing consume regions and snarled traffic on nearby roads, where different spinouts were accounted for all through the region.