Major thunderstorms over Claremont

Surprise thunderstorms caused major flooding in the San Bernardino Mountains apparently originating near the Claremont area on Sunday afternoon. COURIER readers captured photos of flooding in the foothills and some backyard rain gauges topped the two-inch mark. The storm caused heavy flooding in the Mt. Baldy area, but the worst flash flooding was in Forest Falls. The much needed rain made a quick exit as skies cleared and cooler, yet more humid conditions prevailed. This week Claremont temperatures will be in the upper-80s, with lows in the 60s. No rain is in the forecast through the weekend. COURIER photo/Catherine Fleming


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