Rain soaks rich in Beverly Hills
Jonathan Lovitt ;Carl Weiser
LOS ANGELES - Rain sent Beverly Hills residents scurrying to the tops of their
cars and turned tony Wilshire Boulevard into a river Monday.
Joe DeCarlo's new Lexus was submerged: ``It only had 1,134 miles on it. It's
Light sprinkles are expected today, but nothing like the 2.3 inches of rain that
- Mudslides blocking parts of three major freeways.
- Furniture floating in apartment lobbies.
But officials still insist a 5-year drought continues.
The rain ``didn't fall in the right place,'' says Dean Thompson of the California
Drought Information Center.