By Linda Lam and Jonathan Erdman
At a Glance
- After a recent dry stretch, Southern California will turn wetter this week.
- A slow-moving storm will spread rain into Southern California beginning Monday night.
- Locally heavy rain, possibly some thunderstorms, may trigger local flooding and minor debris flows.
- This is likely to be the heaviest rain in Southern California since Christmas week.
- Rain is also expected to soak the deserts of southern Nevada and Arizona.
This week, Southern California may have its most soaking rain since Christmas after parts of Northern California picked up their first rain since January.
To say it has been dry recently in the Golden State is an understatement. The state just had its driest February in 126 years, according to NOAA.
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