Southern California pounded by intense storm and flooding
LOS ANGELES - Rainfall is expected to ease today but not taper off until tomorrow from the third and most powerful in a series of storms that pounded Southern California.
Nearly 4 inches of rain fell south of Los Angeles, flooding freeways and raising concerns about damaging mudslides.
It could be a messy commute this morning. Flash flood watches and warnings remain in effect.
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