Another round of showers and storms will move in later tonight, and will likely last through the first half of Tuesday morning. We may dry out a bit during the middle of the day, but more showers and storms will develop in the afternoon. Some could be strong (hail, heavy rain, lightning) but widespread severe weather does not appear likely. We will then dry out later Tuesday evening. Head over to the "Weather" tab for a full look at the week's forecast.
Highway 24 is open again after lanes were closed because of flooding.
One lane was closed in both directions earlier Wednesday. The water was in almost the same location as a major mudslide Tuesday.
Bulldozers were used to push the water and mud off the roadway near Chipita Park and mile marker 292.
In Monday’s mudslide a single vehicle was trapped by the muck. A man and his son had to climb out through a rear window.
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