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Rain poured down on California on Monday in the wake of a strong storm.

A powerful storm slammed California with rain on Monday, causing minor flooding and mudslides. Persistent rain and strong winds could also cause power outages. While Pacific Gas and Electric reported no major outages on Sunday, some outages were possible. Some farmers’ markets in the San Francisco and San Rafael areas remained open. However, if you live in these areas, it might be best to stay home and wait for the worst.

A powerful storm lashed southern California with heavy rain, mountain snow, and damaging winds. Highway 5 in Los Angeles County was closed briefly because of blowing snow, and the California Highway Patrol warned of icy conditions. The National Weather Service reported exceptional rainfall in many areas of the state. A mudslide threat forced a mandatory evacuation for residents in San Diego County. Several people were injured, and some towns were evacuated.

Hundreds of homes and businesses were flooded and destroyed. The storm brought rain and snow to drought-stricken areas. Thousands of people had to evacuate. Some places were even in danger of landslides, which prompted evacuations. A National Weather Service meteorologist said the storm brought unprecedented rainfall to many areas of Southern California. Some towns in the area were forced to evacuate. In addition to flooding and mudslides, the storm also created flash flood zones.

The heavy rain and mountain snow brought a fresh supply of moisture to the area and will create flash flood zones. Small streams and roads are the most susceptible to flash flooding. In addition to the floods, the storm will also bring strong winds to parts of the United States on Wednesday and is expected to bring more rain to those regions affected by the drought. Moreover, it will also affect the central and southern Plains.

The mudslides and floodwater are expected to disrupt traffic in Southern California for several days. Several inches of snow fell in Northern California on Sunday, with the snowfall continuing into the next day. Besides the rain and snow, mudslides are also expected to smother the state with mud. The resulting mudslides and flooding are expected to disrupt travel for several days. And there are still plenty of places where people can take refuge, as there was in Oakland.

The rain in the San Francisco Bay Area was less severe than the storm that impacted the state in late October, but it was still a significant factor. A powerful storm ripped through California on Tuesday, dumping rain that has left the state inundated. Despite the rain, the rainfall was still significant, with several areas of the Bay Area receiving up to 7 inches of snow. Further, the snow will cause mudslides and a number of other problems.

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