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Thursday’s rainstorm drenches Southland, cause mudslides

Port of Los Angeles

Rainbow appears over the Port of Los Angeles after rain drenched the area.

 (Bob Chamberlin )
Panorama City

From left, Abby Neri, her husband, Juan, and her son, Damian, cover up from the rain while heading to their car after shopping at a Food4Less store in Panorama City. 

 (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)
Castaic

Northbound lanes of Interstate 5 sit empty as snow and ice closed the road through the Grapevine. 

 (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)
Zuma Beach

Muddy waves crash onto Zuma Beach in Malibu after two days of rainfall.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
Panorama City

Rosalinda Uy uses a plastic bag to shield herself from the rain while walking along Van Nuys Boulevard in Panorama City. She said that she was heading to a nearby Walmart to buy an umbrella.

 (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)
Southwest plane slides off the runway at Burbank Airport

A Southwest flight slid off the runway at Burbank Airport, coming to a stop after its landing gear plowed into a barrier designed to stop airplanes from leaving the runway. There were no injuries. 

 (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)
Jet skids off runway amid heavy rains

The Southwest plane skidded off the runway Thursday in Burbank amid heavy rains that brought several inches of rain in some Southland areas and spurred mud and debris flows in Malibu.

 (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)
Rain-soaked 101 traffic at a crawl

Nayer Shahram makes her way along Louise Avenue in Encino with a broken umbrella. Traffic on the 101 Freeway, below, is packed amid heavy rains Thursday.

 (mel melcon / Los Angeles Times)
Flooding in Malibu Park

The yard of a home in Malibu Park, a neighborhood heavily damaged in the Woolsey fire, is flooded after heavy rainfall. The rains spurred a flash flood warning Thursday for Woolsey fire burn areas.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
Rain brings new threat to Malibu burn areas

Behind a loaded fruit tree in the Malibu Park neighborhood is the rubble of a home destroyed in the Woolsey fire. Rain brought new threats to the area Thursday.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
Mudslide in Malibu

A mudslide is cleaned up on Cuthbert Road in Malibu on Thursday morning. 

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
Rainstorm drenches Southland

Cal Trans uses heavy equipment to clear mud and debris Thursday morning as rain loosened hillside causing mudslides and closing PCH from Las Posas to Kanan Road in Malibu.

 (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
Rainstorm drenches Southland

People look for cover at a bus stop on PCH at Point Dume in Malibu.

 (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
Thursday’s rainstorm drenches Southland

The driver of a Mercedes that got stuck in a small mudslide on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu near Mulholland Drive tries to get into his car as California Department of Transportation crews work to clear the area.

 (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
Thursday’s rainstorm drenches Southland

A worker clears away mud from Pacific Coast Highway across from Zuma Beach in Malibu on Thursday morning.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
Thursday’s rainstorm drenches Southland

The 30400 block of Morning View Drive in Malibu experienced a mud and debris flow Thursday morning.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
Thursday’s rainstorm drenches Southland

Rain falls in the burn areas of Malibu, as seen from Encinal Canyon.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
Second rainstorm drenches Southland

A Southwest Airlines flight arriving at Burbank Airport from Oakland skidded off the runway after landing Thursday morning

 (KTLA)
Thursday’s rainstorm drenches Southland

A pedestrian takes cover under an umbrella near the Broad Museum in downtown Los Angeles as a storm that started in the central Pacific brought rain to the Southland.

 (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)
Thursday’s rainstorm drenches Southland

Pedestrians share an umbrella on Broadway in downtown Los Angeles.

 (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)
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