BEFORE AND AFTER: Highway 101 in SoCal flooded with runoff water from Montecito Creek

This before and after photo shows a section of Highway 101 washed out following a winter storm in Southern California. (Photo by SBCFireInfo/Twitter)

Southern California's first major winter storm triggered flooding and mudflows that forced the closure of Highway 101 Freeway in the Thomas Fire burn area.

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Fire officials in Montecito tweeted two photos of Highway 101 flooded out.

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Here's a look at before and after photos of Hwy 101 at the Olive Mill Road overpass with runoff water from Montecito Creek.

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