Mudslides, Flooding, and Record Rain Hit Parts of Los Angeles

Mudslides and flooding impacted parts of Los Angeles on Monday, February 5, as a https://twitter.com/NWSWPC/status/1754258638913569110/photo/1 severe storm system gripped Southern California. On Sunday, downtown Los Angeles recorded 4.1 inches of rain, which broke the daily rainfall record set in 1927 by more than 1.5 inches, the National Weather Service (NWS) https://x.com/NWSLosAngeles/status/1754417919684182021?s=20 said . Sunday was also the third-wettest February day on record since 1877, according to the NWS. Videos filmed by StormRunner Media show trees uprooted and mudslides in Hollywood Hills; fast-flowing waters in Studio City; and erosion from the overflowing Lytle Creek in the San Gabriel Mountains. A https://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=CAZ372&warncounty=CAC037&firewxzone=CAZ372&local_place1=San%20Fernando%20CA&product1=Flood+Watch&lat=34.2841&lon=-118.4384 flood watch was in effect for Los Angeles County until Tuesday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. (Footage by StormRunner Media/Storyful via Getty Images UGC)
Mudslides and flooding impacted parts of Los Angeles on Monday, February 5, as a https://twitter.com/NWSWPC/status/1754258638913569110/photo/1 severe storm system gripped Southern California. On Sunday, downtown Los Angeles recorded 4.1 inches of rain, which broke the daily rainfall record set in 1927 by more than 1.5 inches, the National Weather Service (NWS) https://x.com/NWSLosAngeles/status/1754417919684182021?s=20 said . Sunday was also the third-wettest February day on record since 1877, according to the NWS. Videos filmed by StormRunner Media show trees uprooted and mudslides in Hollywood Hills; fast-flowing waters in Studio City; and erosion from the overflowing Lytle Creek in the San Gabriel Mountains. A https://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=CAZ372&warncounty=CAC037&firewxzone=CAZ372&local_place1=San%20Fernando%20CA&product1=Flood+Watch&lat=34.2841&lon=-118.4384 flood watch was in effect for Los Angeles County until Tuesday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. (Footage by StormRunner Media/Storyful via Getty Images UGC)
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