September 1, 2014
Boulders came tumbling down rain soaked telegraph hill yesterday morning in San Francisco. The rocks crushed a car and caused the partial evacuation of an apartment building. The public works department plans to put up a concrete barrier in case loose debris continues to cause problems.
Winds this weekend raged through the desert leaving behind a huge mess in Palm Springs California. The city is so understaffed that the fire chief says they had to send for additional resources from across the state. The wind knocked down about 500 trees, snapped power poles and even started some fires.
In southern California it is usually nice and sunny. Yesterday it was dark and rainy in Santa Barbara. When the skies finally cleared late in the day a rainbow formed on time lapse video.
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