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Here's What 2 Weeks of Rain Storms in Southern California Has Looked Like

A woman wearing a black rain coat, tan pants, and a dragging a red rolling suitcase, holds a blue umbrella as she walks on a rainy sidewalk. Next to her the road is empty and full of rain.
A pedestrian walks in the rain in Alhambra on Jan. 9, 2023.
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Two major rain storms this month descended on Southern California causing swelling rivers, debris, road closures, flooding, and evacuations. This is what it looked like in parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

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The L.A. River from the Taylor Yard Bridge on January 10, 2023. John Rabe for LAist.

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