2019 First storm moves into Southern California

The first major storm of the new year moved into Southern California on Saturday night, triggering a mudslide that shut down a section of Pacific Coast highway and prompted flash flooding and debris flows near burn areas in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

An automated rain gauge in the western Santa Monica Mountains showed nearly three-quarters of an inch of rainfall in one hour, the National Weather Service said.

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