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Thunderstorms, flooding, debris flows are possible for Southern California

Thunderstorms, flooding, debris flows are possible for Southern California

A surge of monsoonal moisture could bring rain and thunderstorms Thursday to Southern California's mountains and foothills. Conditions could bring intense periods of rain, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a flash-flood watch for the Cuyama Valley, Antelope Valley and the mountains of Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. Debris flows are possible in the Colby fire burn area, which scorched about 1,900 acres in the hills above Azusa and Glendora in 2014. Interested in the stories shaping California? Sign up for the free Essential California newsletter >> Thunderstorms can unload more than 2 inches of rain per hour and lead to flash flooding,...

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