Drought-stricken California got a rainstorm on Thursday. That might seem great, but in addition to much-needed rain, the storm also brought golf-ball-sized hail, flash floods, and mudslides to parts of the state. The flooding was especially bad in Kern County, where the storm covered parts of Highway 58 "in up to 20 feet of mud and debris" — while traffic was already jammed up due to the storm. One person driving along 58 at the time was Jose Antonio Vargas, who posted a video of the experience to Facebook:
Sources: h/t LAist | LA Times