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Inland Empire Commuters Facing Wet And Dangerous Road ConditionsRick Montanez reports from alongside the I-15 where drivers have been dealing with fogged up windshields and slick roads Monday.
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CHP, Caltrans Urge Drivers To Slow Down, Use Their Headlights With Windshield Wipers As Rain Heads For SoCalA storm that has dumped several inches of rain in Northern California is headed south, and authorities have a few reminders for motorists who are back on the road after a pandemic who may have not seen wet roadways in a while. Katie Johnston reports.

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