West Coast Gets Wet

(NBC News) — A massive storm is dumping much needed rain on drought-parched Southern California, but along with the water comes the increased risk of flooding and mudslides.

Areas scorched by recent wildfires are especially vulnerable.

“This started the exact day after the fire ended in our town,” said Glendora Mayor Joe Santoro. The planning for this particular day started immediately and its continued nonstop all the way through until today.”

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