LOS ANGELES — Lingering rains from a weekend storm are still soaking parts of Southern California.
The National Weather Service says the San Bernardino Mountains received ¾ inch of rain during a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. Monday, while lower elevations got less than a half inch.
Brief, heavy downpours caused street flooding in Temple City. The weather service warned that heavy rain could cause minor flooding in parts of San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
State transportation officials say a mudslide forced the closure of a connector road for several hours between Interstate 15 and Interstate 215 in San Bernardino County.
The front that moved in early Sunday brought cool, damp to the region Monday. However, summer-style heat is expected to return for much of the week.