Showers continued falling in parts of the Southland on Friday following a night that saw steady downpours saturate roadways and hillsides, prompting mudslides from Azusa to Orange County, but the rain is expected to taper off as the day wears on.
The National Weather Service warned of heavy rains Wednesday through Friday that could flood roadways and cause debris flows or rockslides in areas recently scorched by wildfires.
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