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L.A. Storm: 1,000 Glendora Homes At Risk

Jianyu Zhao |
February 27, 2014 | 1:31 p.m. PST

Executive Producer

Storm hits a shore (Wikimedia Commons)
Storm hits a shore (Wikimedia Commons)

Rain and even snow are forecast to hit Southern California this weekend. It is predicated that the second storm will bring 3 inches, at most, of rain in the coasts and valleys and 6 inches of rain in the foothills and mountains.

Though the rainfall may help in ending the drought, it will cause potential property damage in Glendora, Calif. Glendora officials have been working on filling sandbags and distributing them to local residents in case of massive mudslides. The vulnerable area is from Glendora’s western border to Lorraine Avenue, including about 1,000 homes. 

Read more at: L.A.Times, USA TODAY, San Gabriel Valley Tribune


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