Pictured above above: In San Clemente, a landslide on Buena Vista led to the evacuation of four cliff-side, ocean-view apartment buildings. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)

We continue to pray for the safety of all. TEAM JESUS let us continue to pray over California. We pray for all residents, we also keep in mind of all the danger that our heroes are facing, the firefighters, police, EMT’s, other rescue personnel, volunteers, all people helping. We thank the LORD for all these folks.

The Los Angeles Times Reports:

Surging rivers. Sliding rocks. Flooded towns.

The 11th atmospheric river storm of the season left a trail of soggy misery in California as it broke decades-old rainfall records and breached levees this week.

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Prior to the next round of heavy rain and snow, residents across California will be given a chance to clean things up Thursday and Friday as an area of high pressure settles in and allows dry and settled conditions to unfold. This weekend can feature a return of scattered showers, but the outlook into next week is where things could get dicey once again, experts say. More Here

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