President Barack Obama has signed a disaster declaration for 10 California counties that saw heavy damages by the winter storms.
Police say a water main broke in an upscale Arcadia neighborhood and caused street flooding early Thursday.
Kern County officials estimate that flooding from the recent spate of storms has caused at least $7.5 million of damage to its roads.
Riverside County authorities say storm-related damage to public and private property is nearing $30 million.
Torrential rain and flooding left behind a real mess in the city of Laguna Beach, where damage was estimated at $4 million, according to city officials.
Swift water rescue teams are stationed along a wide swath of the storm-swollen Los Angeles River for possible victims caught up in the swift current.
More than 200 residents have been told to evacuate their homes in La Canada Flintridge and La Crescenta.
The Kern County Fire Department says major flooding in California’s San Joaquin Valley is forcing evacuation of 2,000 residents of the farming community of McFarland.
Kern County has declared a local emergency as heavy rains swamp the region.
A line of storms pushing through Southern California is going to keep us water-logged through the middle of the next week. In the weather business we look for consistency in our computer forecast models…and those […]
Twenty homes were without water Thursday morning after a broken utility pipe flooded a Hollywood street, authorities said.