Destructive rainfall pummels Southern California after massive wildfires

After the fires, the rain. Southern California has been drenched in torrential showers for several days and the deluge has hit areas recently scarred by huge wildfires. LA's National Weather Service office reports rainfall of over six inches in just three days for areas in Ventura and LA county, with ten other regions receiving over 4 inches. The resulting mud bath has been described by one sheriff in Santa Barbara County as similar to “a World War I battlefield”, with “a carpet of mud and debris everywhere.”  At least 15 people have died amid evacuation orders while many homes have been completely washed away. Cars have been plucked out of gloopy swamps and roads have been closed. Read more... More about California , Storm , Wildfire , Rainfall , and Southern California