California braces for another round of wet weather

By: The Associated Press Email
By: The Associated Press Email

There's risk of more mudslides from the new storm that's rolled into California.

In Highland, where some homes were inundated by several feet of mud during last week's heavy rains, about 100,000 sandbags have been placed to prevent a repeat performance.

They've been built to the height of that flow.

The foothill suburbs of Los Angeles, which survived last week relatively unscathed, are again counting on flood control basins to
capture debris.

Forecasters say most of the rain from the new storm will fall in a four to six hour period.

It's expected to be followed by widespread, potentially damaging winds and very cold temperatures tonight through tomorrow night.

Gale warnings went up along almost the entire California coast.


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