GLENDORA, Calif. (AP) People in fire-scarred neighborhoods in Northern California have been sandbagging their homes in anticipation of the first significant storms in the state in months.
This morning's expected storm promises much-needed rain to the drought-stricken state but also the threat of mudslides and flooding.
A potentially stronger storm moving in late Thursday could dump up to 2 inches of rain in central and southern valleys, 2 to 4 inches in the foothills and up to 6 inches in some mountain spots.
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