Crews Work to Clear Roads in Santa Barbara Following Flooding

Crews worked to clear muddy roads in Santa Barbara, California, on Tuesday, January 10, after a major storm brought widespread flooding to the state.

Footage posted to Facebook by the Santa Barbara Police Department shows a vehicle moving mud in Santa Barbara.

The California Highway Patrol said highway 101 had been reopened after workers did an “amazing job” clearing the roadway.

The NWS issued a high surf advisory through January 13 and warned of dangerous rip currents off Santa Barbara County’s southwestern and southeastern coasts. Credit: Santa Barbara Police Department via Storyful

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