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Storms flood Southern California, stranding drivers.

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Intense storms deluge Southern California, leaving drivers stranded in flooded roadways.

Sunday night, storms battered Southern California. Some individuals disregarded National Weather Service warnings about flash flooding and were killed.

More rainfall of up to 2 inches was anticipated to fall as a consequence of very violent storm cells, which would cause flash floods that posed a “life-threatening” risk.

Rainfall totals of between 1 and 2 inches were recorded in certain areas as a result of Tropical Storm Kay.

On Sunday evening, reports that highways had been shut down, resulting in drivers being stranded, started to trickle in.

A mudslide three miles south of Elizabeth Lake Road near Lake Hughes has closed Lake Hughes Road. Lake Hughes’ slip.

Drivers are being advised to “Plan ahead and avoid the location” until further notice, since this is the current advice being issued.

A video from San Bernardino shows automobiles trying to drive through flooded streets; many were trapped and flashed their lights to alert other drivers.

As a result of a mudslide, a significant number of automobiles were trapped in Castaic Canyons, which prompted the Los Angeles County Fire Department to respond.

All classes and appointments scheduled for Monday at the Rancho campus of Chaffey College have been canceled due to flooding.

Monday will be a day off for California State University, San Bernardino students due to “extreme floods”

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