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One foothill house was declared temporarily uninhabitable as evacuations ended for homes near the Colby Fire burn area and the drenching weekend storm moved out of Southern California on Sunday.
County officials Monday worked to clean out storm catch basins throughout Southern California following a wave of late-season storms over the weekend.
Azusa resident Ed Heinlein said his neighbors and city officials banded together to save his home during the recent mudslides triggered by powerful storms that struck Southern California.
Firefighters came to the rescue of an NBC News correspondent who got into trouble on a field assignment.
River Wilderness Park in San Gabriel Canyon is temporarily closed, one of several areas considered especially at risk in Azusa, Calif., as the city prepared for possible flooding Feb. 27, 2014.
A soaked Southern California and the mud-covered foothills of the San Gabriel Valley will dry out over the next week as skies clear and temperatures rise to and above 80 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN BUFFALO HAS ISSUED A WIND CHILL ADVISORY...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 1 AM TO 10 AM EST MONDAY.
Residents, as of 6 a.m., were allowed to return to their homes after crews spent the overnight hours clearing the debris.
Manufacturing Assembly worker Terry Young, 24, of Rialto, Calif., uses a sheet of plastic to protect himself from a downpour Friday, Feb. 28, 2014, as he jumps a flooded parking lot from a wood pallet to get to a food truck during his break in Anaheim, Calif.
In response to LA's rain, flooding, mudslides, traffic problems and logistic issues, the Los Angeles County Operational Area Emergency Operations Center was launched Saturday at 6 a.m. The storm also brought heavy rain and snow in the high elevations, isolated thunderstorms, and gusty winds around the Southland.
Resident Bob Roset keeps his eye on swift water rushing down Rainbow Drive in Glendora as the rainstorm starts up again Saturday afternoon, March 1, 2014.
Chains are required for vehicles headed into the mountains today, according to the California Highway Patrol.
A massive rainstorm continued to intermittently soak barren hillsides Glendora, Azusa and Monrovia on Saturday as officials warned evacuated residents that the danger of mudslides and debris flows remained very real.
Shortly after 6:30 a.m., a fast rush of debris and mud flowed down Sierra Madre Avenue and Hicrest Road, reported KCAL9 Meteorologist Louisa Hodge.
Police in the southern California city of Azusa have ordered mandatory evacuations for 1,000 homes because of fears of mudslides.