Robert Klomburg sends us this:
I don't want to be an alarmist, but we could see the first significant rain of the season in October! This Tuesday night! How strange is that!
You may wish to point your readers to: http://www.myfoxla.com/dpp/
weather/Heavy_Rain_Forecast_ Fire_Scarred_Mountains_ 20091010And from Weather Underground: http://www.wunderground.com/ US/CA/548.html#SPEThe County has had very little time to prepare for an event like this. Those in La Vina and the Meadows could experience significant mudslides and debris flows. If this storm develops as expected, we could be in for a heck of an event.I strongly encourage all Altadena residents to keep up-to-date on the approaching storm. Visit: www.weatherunderground.com and www.noaa.gov for the latest information.Now is the time to prepare!
And on a similar note, Whittier Daily News (poor cousin to PSN and SGVN) has an Emma Gallegos story about how La Canada-Flintridge is preparing for potential mudslides.