Rain Soaks The Southland, Sparks Debris And Mud Flows
LOS ANGELES - A storm front originating from the Gulf of Alaska brought a steady rain across the Southland Thursday, sparking debris flows and some minor flooding in the Woolsey, Hill, Holy and Thomas fire burn areas. Moderate to heavy rainfall continued through Thursday, and was expected to tapper off Friday morning, according to CBS2 Meteorologist Garth Kemp.
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