Rain Forecast for Today and Tomorrow Raises Mudslide Concerns
The Southland will confront a small chance of rain today and a certainty of it on Wednesday, raising some fears of slides over denuded burn areas, including in Burbank, near the site of last year's La Tuna fire and in the Cleveland National Forest near the site of the recent Holy Fire, forecasters said. The remnants of Hurricane Rosa - now a tropical depression - will not be much of a factor in the Southland's impending rain episode, said NWS meteorologist Dave Bruno.
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