A seemingly unending deluge in southern California has turned coastal cities into lagoons and inland areas into mud pits, forcing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to declare a state of emergency.
Some parts of the state have had an entire year's worth of rainfall in a single week.
Five separate storms have hit San Diego alone, leaving Qualcomm Stadium looking like a swimming pool. Still, tomorrow's Poinsettia Bowl is scheduled to be played.
Elsewhere in the city, one hotel, the Premiere Inn,...Full Story