Folks are scrambling to do some clean-up this morning before the next wave of stormy weather in Burbank and the Southland. The situation is pretty precarious in the nearby foothill communities of Monrovia, Azusa, and Glendora where they’re already dealing with mudslides, flooding, and mandatory evacuations effecting more than a a thousand homes.
During yesterday’s deluge, trees were knocked down and a section of a warehouse roof collapsed in Burbank. We could get as much as another inch of rain as the next wave of stormy weather rolls through B-town and the rest of the Southland today and tonight. There’s a chance of heavy downpours, thunderstorms, and gusty winds.
The high today expected to reach only 57 in the Media City.