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Death Valley National Park reopens after flood closure

Popular sections of Death Valley National Park reopens on Saturday two weeks after massive flooding caused millions of dollars in damage to roads and facilities. The National Park Service has warned visitors about traffic and delays, warning not to rely on GPS navigation as some roads may still be closed while crews continue to clean up damage. Monsoon storms also affected Joshua Tree National Park and the Mojave National Preserve this summer. The National Weather Service said another surge of humidity is expected this weekend, with mountain and desert thunderstorms likely next week.

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