Got mud?

Southern California is bracing for the first significant rainstorm to hit the region in nearly a year, beginning Monday and with the heaviest rain expected in some burn areas, forecasters said.
Almost four inches of rain is expected in eastern Santa Barbara County and western Ventura County over 12 hours from Monday evening through Tuesday morning, forecasters said. The Thomas fire, which was centered in these two counties, burned more than 281,000 acres in that area last month, making it the largest fire on record in California.

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5 Responses to Got mud?

  1. Exile1981 says:

    They’ll be demanding money for mud slide clean up.

  2. Padawan says:

    Hopefully the state falls into the ocean.

  3. Don in Oregon says:

    “Massive mudslides destroy homes spared from fire, residents vow to rebuilt with Federally subsidized insurance payouts”

  4. Trib says:

    Hopefully some archaeologist digs up parts of California 1000 years from now and proclaims that he has found the shithole of the earth.

  5. Andrew says:

    All they can do is bitch, bitch, bitch. Sounds like an ex-girlfriend of mine, too cold, too hot, too dry, too wet, all about mememememememememememememememememememememe!!!!

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