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Meteorologists say the second wave of a Pacific storm front could dump an inch of rain or more, with showers, isolated thunderstorms and possible lightning strikes.
Jamie Meier, a weather service meteorologist in Oxnard, says some Los Angeles County foothills have received more than 4 inches of rain since the first wave of storms moved in Thursday.
On Friday, a mudslide inundated streets in the Sierra Madre foothills northeast of downtown Los Angeles, closing some streets for several hours. Another slide left about 3 feet of mud on a road in the San Fernando Valley community of Sylmar.
There's also a winter storm warning out through Saturday for Los Angeles and Ventura county mountain areas. The mountains could get an additional 2 feet of snow along with gusty winds that could reduce visibility and make mountain roads treacherous.
Snow levels could fall to 4,500 feet.
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