Looking at tomorrow storms are only expected in the far corners of the nation with some lake effect snow. The storm coming to California doesn't look like it will effect the mudslide area in Southern California. Good progress has been made, Highway 101 has been open since Sunday. All the dranage ways are yet to be cleared though. The next 10days should be dry for this area with the precipitation impacts reaching from Canada through Central California.
The storm just beginning to impact the west coast now will be one to watch as it traverses the country and pulls moisture from the Gulf of Mexico. Though not looking as ominous as modeled a few days ago it could bring more severe weather than the storm that came through last (video below). The cold shouldn't come as far south but maybe more moisture out of the gulf for the southeastern states over the coming weekend. Monday, January 29th maybe a rough travel day across the Northeast with heavy snow on the west side of the storm and less frozen precipitation along much of the coastal areas.