Storm brings record rainfall, little damage to Southern California. But the worst may be yet to come
A powerful storm moved into Southern California Wednesday, drenching fire-ravaged neighborhoods and setting several new rainfall records for the day but so far not causing the damage and destruction that some officials feared.
Rain hits Santa Barbara and Ventura counties as residents prepare for potential flooding and mudslides
Experts predict that by Friday, the storm will have dumped 3 to 6 inches of rain along the coast and up to 10 inches in the mountains and foothills above Montecito, Carpinteria and Ojai.