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Several Southern California roadways remain closed due to flooding and storm damage

December 28, 2010 |  2:44 pm

As rainstorms are set to roll into Southern California on Tuesday night, a number of roads remain closed from previous storm damage.

Here's a look at area closures:

Interstate 5: The northbound connector to northbound and southbound State Route 14 in Los Angeles is closed from midnight to 5 a.m. Sun to Wednesday, Jan. 5, due to construction.

A high-wind advisory is in effect from 4 miles north of the junction of State Route 126 at Lake Hughes Road to the Los Angeles-Kern County line through the Grapevine. Traveling is not recommended for campers, trailers or permit loads.

State Route 330: Closed from Highland Avenue in San Bernardino to 2 miles south of the junction of State Route 18 due to storm damage.

State Route 18: Closed to tractor-trailers, semis and buses only from 2.2 miles north of SR 330 junction to Big Bear Dam due to a rock slide. Passenger vehicles are allowed through.

State Route 78: Closed at El Camino Real in Oceanside due to flooding.

State Route 133: Closed to southbound traffic from 73 Toll Road junction to Canyon Acres in Laguna Beach.

State Route 241: Closed from the junction of State Route 133 to the junction of State Route 261 due to flooding.

For more road closure information, call Caltrans at (800) 427-7623.

ALSO:

Rain expected after midnight

Sewage spill leads to closure of San Diego beach

L.A. rainfall breaking all kinds of records -- except one

-- Nardine Saad

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