Hours after uncommon and serious flooding hit California's Death Valley,
shutting down streets and abandoning approximately 1,000 individuals
Demise Valley, with its immense sand hills, singing salt pads and perpetual barren wasteland
is the biggest public park in the 48 lower states.
"With north of 1,000 miles of street in the recreation area, and 3.4 million sections of land,
A sum of 1.46 inches (3.7 centimeters) of downpour fell in the recreation area's Furnace Creek region
nearly tying the past everyday record of 1.47 inches.
The typical yearly precipitation is under two inches a year.