We've had a couple of wet rainy days complete with thunder and downpours. This never bothered me much before, but it takes on a whole new meaning in this part of the country.
Granted, California needs the rain badly, but the soil is such that when it comes down hard like this it just washes over the top, taking a lot of mud and debris with it.
The photos you see here are about eight hours after it stopped and there's still a lot of clean up to be done.
In the area just north of us they had to rescue people from their cars as the mud just washed up and trapped them.
I was never a big fan of snow, but at least it stays put when you remove it and melts to boot. This is just a heavy sloggy mess that is disgusting.
Here is some footage from the local Hemet news today.
Long Live the Queen of Slime