California will see one more day of wild weather Thursday before a calmer pattern settles in.
The National Weather Service had issued a slew of weather warnings and alerts throughout the state by late Wednesday. High winds, rough surf, floods, mudslides, heavy snow, avalanches and blizzards were all in the forecast.
On Wednesday, a mudslide on a freeway near San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge snarled morning traffic. Crashes were also reported in Southern California, one of which included 19 vehicles and injured 35 people on Cajon Pass near Victorville.
The Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday night that rock slides near Malibu had closed Malibu Canyon Road, one of the area’s primary roadways.
A day earlier, an accident on a rain-slicked road in Placerville, 130 miles east of San Francisco, killed three people.
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