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Scenes and sightings from a stormy Tuesday

A street tree crashed down on a minivan parked on Eagle Rock Boulevard in Eagle Rock | Matt Hartman

A tree toppled over on a minivan parked on Eagle Rock Boulevard in Eagle Rock | Matt Hartman

Today’s record rainfall was accompanied by the usual sights: slippery streets, overturned cars, falling trees and water churning through the normally placid L.A. River and Arroyo Seco. The U.S. Weather Service, in a late afternoon report, said today’s storm had dropped 1.15 inches of rain in Downtown, breaking the old rainfall record for this date set in 1961, when 1.10 inches of rain fell.

Gray Day in Silver Lake |Dan Gershon

Gray Day in Silver Lake |Dan Gershon

Not A Short Cut: This cabby was apparently trying to get home and almost went off a muddy road in Mount Washington | Matt Hartman

This cabby was apparently trying to get home and almost went off a muddy road in Mount Washington | Matt Hartman



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  1. The trees are obviously upset with gentrification too!

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