California braces THREE more storms after battering from bomb cyclone
California is bracing for three more storms after the state was battered by a weather bomb cyclone – as Los Angeles and San Francisco could get inches of torrential rain in more flash flooding.
There are currently 461,960 people without power as California reels from the aftermath of the torrent. But the lull is only expected to be short – with Pacific storms lined up to wreak more havoc.
Trees have been toppled, streets are flooded and coastlines have been ambushed in the devastating weather front that continues its relentless deluge in California.
National Weather Service said: ‘A very active weather pattern across the Pacific Ocean will continue to push energetic and fast-moving low pressure systems toward the West Coast.
‘California continues to take the brunt of the heavy precipitation and strong winds associated with these systems as we head into the first full weekend of 2023.’
Trees have been ripped from their roots during the torrential weather in California – but more is on the way
There are currently 461,960 people without power as California reels from the aftermath of the torrent
Forecasters warned that northern and Central California was still…
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