The second rainstorm in a week swept across Southern California yesterday, drenching the Inland Empire with a couple of inches of rain, and causing concern about potential damage to homes in Holy Fire burn areas. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
The Inland Empire was pelted by rain in the valleys and snow in the mountains yesterday (Thursday), as a Pacific storm passed through the region. KVCR's Ken Vincent has this report on how Inlanders fared through the storm - including residents who were wathcing for mudflows and flooding in neighborhoods near wildfire burn areas.
The storm currently moving through Southern California today (Thursday) is providing rain to the inland valleys, blowing snow in the mountains, collisions on slick roads, and the risk of mudflows and flooding in neighborhoods denuded by this year's local wildfires. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
The Holy Fire is finally 100% contained, more than a month after the blaze was allegedly started by a resident of Holy Jim Canyon in the Orange County portion of the Cleveland National Forest, west of Lake Elsinore. <ore from KVCR's Ken Vincent.