PLAYA DEL REY (CBSLA) — Neighbors in Playa del Rey were drying out a bit Monday after a blocked storm drain backed up and pushed rising rainwater into streets.

Crews were on the scene late Monday, but not before water as much as 2 feet deep flowed into streets, up to homes and into some cars.

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Residents in the area say clogged storm drains have caused similar problems in the area in the past.

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The Los Angeles Department of Public Works said a combination of a high tide and rain caused the drains to be overwhelmed temporarily.

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More rain, some heavy, is expected through Tuesday across all of Southern California.