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Southern California bracing for heavy rain, possible mudslides




Thousands of sandbags stand ready for residents at the Glendora City Yard.
Thousands of sandbags stand ready for residents at the Glendora City Yard.
Jed Kim

The biggest storm of the year is expected in Southern California on Tuesday. Given the ongoing drought, the rain is welcome, but not without some concern. Recent wildfires have burned away brush on mountainsides, raising the risk of flooding and mudslides.

Mark Jackson, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, joins Take Two for more.