A relentless atmospheric river continued dumping rain across Southern California Monday, adding to record-setting rain totals that had already reached double-digits in some areas of L.A. County and caused mud and debris flows.
By this morning Pasadena’s rainfall total had hit 6.07 inches, according to the National Weather Service.
Pasadena was largely unscathed, according to a City official, who said she was not aware of any significant events overnight,
“About six large trees compromised yesterday that were quickly cleaned up,” City Public Information Officer Lisa Derderian said early Tuesday, adding there were also a few small power outages that were restored.
“Thankfully, many people stayed home which lessened the traffic impact,” Derderian said.
Derderian urged residents to report non-emergency incidents to (626) 744-7311, instead of 9-1-1.