By Gail Fitzer-Schiller LOS ANGELES, Dec 29 (Reuters) - A fierce Pacific storm shut down a 150-mile stretch of highway in northern California on Monday and left the southern part of the state bracing for heavy rainfall that authorities warned could cause more deadly mudslides and flash floods. A stretch of Interstate 5 from Redding to the Oregon state border was closed to traffic on Monday evening with no plan to re-open after a storm dumped up to 18 inches of snow in the area, causing ...
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