Areas of Joshua Tree National Park Closed After Flash Floods | KCET
Areas of Joshua Tree National Park Closed After Flash Floods
That weather this morning in the California desert has caused widespread damage across the Coachella Valley. Not only are a number of region highways now closed, roads and campgrounds in Joshua Tree National Park were left damaged, prompting closures after an estimated three inches of rain fell.
All other portions of the park remain open to normal summer use, but officials are advising visitors to monitor weather reports for storm and flash flood warnings.
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