Areas denuded of vegetation by summer wildfires, such as stretches of land scorched by the Rocky fire, are under threat of mudslides and flooding from the Pacific storm that hit Northern California Sunday and Monday.
Areas denuded of vegetation by summer wildfires, such as stretches of land scorched by the Rocky fire, are under threat of mudslides and flooding from the Pacific storm that hit Northern California Sunday and Monday. Jeff Chiu AP
Areas denuded of vegetation by summer wildfires, such as stretches of land scorched by the Rocky fire, are under threat of mudslides and flooding from the Pacific storm that hit Northern California Sunday and Monday. Jeff Chiu AP

UPDATE: Debris flow warning lifted in burned areas of Lake, Yolo counties

November 02, 2015 02:50 PM

UPDATED November 02, 2015 06:34 PM

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