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Video: Scenes from record-setting L.A. rainstorms

December 20, 2010 |  5:00 pm

Forecasters say Southern California should brace for two more days of intense rain.

Here are some videos capturing various views of the storm, which broke rain records Sunday:

APTLY NAMED PARK: Water rose to the top of the swing sets at Polliwog Park in Manhattan Beach. "You can still go on the slide, but it's a water slide," says YouTube user hoohoohoblin.

NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH: A dry riverbed turns into a rushing torrent in the San Bernardino mountains.

SLIPPERY LANES: The storm flooded parts of the 710 Freeway in Long Beach on Sunday.

THE SKY IS FALLING: A woman in Bakersfield woke up Sunday morning to find that parts of her ceiling had collapsed from all the rain.

PINEAPPLE EXPRESS: The Weather Channel's Severe Weather expert explains Southern California's heavy rain forecast.

Photos: Southern California storm

-- Soo Oh

Photos: Southern California storm

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