The strongest storm to hit Southern California in several years has brought torrential rain, flash flooding and powerful winds to the area.

  • The storm broke rain records at several locations.
  • An estimated 50,000 Los Angeles residents are without power after winds took down trees and utility lines.
  • Amtrak suspended service between San Luis Obispo and Los Angeles because of mudslides in the Santa Barbara area.

Graphic: How much rain fell near you?

San Marcos Pass 9.91” San Marcos Pass 9.91” Montecito 9.15” Montecito 9.15” Oxnard Civic Center 4.52” Oxnard Civic Center 4.52” Silver Strand Beach 5.20” Silver Strand Beach 5.20” Westlake Village 6.57” Westlake Village 6.57” Malibu Canyon 4.83” Malibu Canyon 4.83” Canoga Park 4.84” Canoga Park 4.84” Woodland Hills 4.19” Woodland Hills 4.19” Downtown Los Angeles 2.05” Downtown Los Angeles 2.05” Long Beach 2.77” Long Beach 2.77” Castaic Junction 5.17” Castaic Junction 5.17” Pacific Ocean 20 MILES 101 14 405 5 Sources: National Weather Service, Mapzen, OpenStreetMap Paul Duginski / @latimesgraphics Wet storm Preliminary 48-hour rainfall totals in inches for selected locations as of 5 a.m. Saturday.

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