The deluge comes ashore. The so-called “Pineapple Express” roared into the West Coast with epic rains and hurricane-force winds that closed highways and forced high-water rescues from cars and homes. Mudslides hammered one town, fallen trees proved fatal, schools closed and a San Francisco icon lost power as roads started resembling rivers. Passes closed in the Sierra Nevada mountains, and Lake Tahoe waves rose high enough to surf. Plains states, take heed — this weekend, you’re next.