Rain, snow, cold hit Southern California

Rain and snow battered Southern California this morning, triggering evacuation orders in Orange County burn areas, collapsing the roof of an adult education center in Anhaeim and causing two fatal traffic accidents, including one involving a Californiia Highway Patrol officer on the Pomona Freeway. In Santa Barbara County, a mudslide was reported about 6 a.m. in the burn areas around Montecito near Westmont College, said Steven Van Horn, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. But there were no known injuries or damage reported, Van Horn said. more

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