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'Drought-Stricken California DRENCHED by Storm' A powerful storm has barrelled through Southern California after flooding highways and toppling trees. The torrential rain also caused mud flows in …More
'Drought-Stricken California DRENCHED by Storm' A powerful storm has barrelled through Southern California after flooding highways and toppling trees. The torrential rain also caused mud flows in areas burned bare by recent wildfires across the state. Drenching showers and strong winds accompanied the arrival of an ‘atmospheric river’. ondemandnews
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La Cañada Flintridge saw 1.31 inches as of around 5:30 p.m., the Weather Service said. Updated 24-hour rainfall totals were not available Monday night.

Pasadena saw 1.11 inches, Eagle Rock Reservoir got 1.21 inches, and at Opids Camp — a school camp in the San Gabriel Mountains — the storm dumped 2.61 inches, the most of any area measured in the county, according to the Weather Service.

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La Cañada Flintridge saw 1.31 inches as of around 5:30 p.m., the Weather Service said. Updated 24-hour rainfall totals were not available Monday night.

Pasadena saw 1.11 inches, Eagle Rock Reservoir got 1.21 inches, and at Opids Camp — a school camp in the San Gabriel Mountains — the storm dumped 2.61 inches, the most of any area measured in the county, according to the Weather Service.

The storm also saw record-setting rainfall for this date in Long Beach, according to the Weather Service. The 0.13 inches recorded on Monday broke the old record of 0.08 inches, set in 2010.

California rain forces flood advisories in L.A. - Los Angeles Times (latimes.com)