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Scenes From the Storm: The Rain's Reign In LA and OC

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Mudslides, flooded roads, washed out beachfronts, evacuations, water-logged hills, and swift waters in flood channels has Los Angeles and Orange County, as well as surrounding counties, on alert.

From treacherous evacuations in Silverado Canyon to businesses shoveling mud from their doorsteps in Laguna Beach, to the LAFD standing by the LA River in case of a need to rescue, this current storm--Rainpocalypse 2010, if you will--is leaving its mark on the region.