Today we were forecast to receive occasional light showers with the storms moving out… until next Tuesday. Instead we had heavy rains, high winds, thunder, lightning, hail, tornados, mudslides, flooding and the local mountains now have 4 feet of snow on the ground. Thia is why weathermen come to California to retire! It’s supposed to be sunny this weekend but I’ll beleive it when I see it.
Anyhow here, hopefully, are the last of the photos:
In The River. An L.A. firefighter approaches a dog.
Airlift. The firefighter and dog are being moved to a bridge.
Residents of La Cañada Flintridge are treated to an early morning view of a light dusting of snow in the foothills and San Gabriel Mountains. The firefighter was bitten badly.
Work crews begin the process of cleaning up the mud and debris from the most recent storm on Earnslow Drive in La Cañada Flintridge.
Workers cut and remove an oak tree that fell on overhead lines and blocked the tracks of the MTA Gold Line in South Pasadena this morning
Modjeska Canyon resident Ben Viloria clears mud out of a drain near his home as a series of storms drenched the Southland.
A crew clears an area of water and mud on Modjeska Canyon road Thursday as a Pacific storm moved through the Southland.