More bad news for travelers in Southern California, I-10 is closed in both directions near Joshua Tree National Park, due to a Bridge Collapse and Flooding. Essentially, it means the freeway is closed from Indio to Blythe, and due to it's remote location, there are no easy detours around it. Best I can see, drivers can use CA-86 to CA-76 or CA-62 to either US-95 or AZ-95. Although, many travelers would be wise to look changing their routes to use either I-8 or I-40.
Highway crews are still trying to get an idea of what it will take to reopen the freeway, and it doesn't look like there are any short term fixes.
Of course, this is on top of the Wildfire that destroyed several cars on I-15 between LA and Vegas just 2 days earlier. I-15 is now reopened, however.