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US Another storm threatens West with flooding, mudslides, heavy mountain snow

16:05  05 december  2019
16:05  05 december  2019 Source:   abcnews.go.com

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A series of potent storms will slam much of the West Coast of the United States with rounds of drenching rain, heavy mountain snow On Saturday night, heavy rain created flooding and road-blocking mudslides in the Los Angeles area as 60 to 70 mph winds buffeted Oregon and Washington.

A series of potent storms will slam much of the West Coast of the United States with rounds of drenching rain, heavy mountain snow On Saturday night, heavy rain created flooding and road-blocking mudslides in the Los Angeles area as 60 to 70 mph winds buffeted Oregon and Washington.

Wednesday's storm in Southern California has moved out of California and into the Rockies, with heavy snow this morning.

a group of people in front of a tree: A person walks a dog on the beach path at sunset by the Pacific Ocean as the most recent in a series of storms passes through Southern California, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019.© Reed Saxon/AP A person walks a dog on the beach path at sunset by the Pacific Ocean as the most recent in a series of storms passes through Southern California, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019.

The storm has brought more than 3” of rain from San Bernardino County to San Diego County. Downtown Los Angeles recorded more than 1” of rain, causing lots of traffic and some accidents on the slick Southern California roads.

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In Burbank yesterday, more than a half an inch of rain fell in just 15 minutes. Some road flooding was reported.

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Expect flooding rain, mudslides with this storm . Several feet of snow to fall on the Sierra Nevada. Heavy snow is forecast for the mountains . As the storm pushes inland over the weekend, rain and lowering snow levels will spread across the interior West with deteriorating travel conditions over the

A series of potent storms will slam much of the West Coast of the United States with rounds of drenching rain, heavy mountain snow , gusty winds and pounding surf through the middle of the week.

Rain also fell in the Las Vegas desert, where 0.34” added to the annual rainfall -- making it the wettest year there since 2005.

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This storm is now moving into the Rockies with heavy snow forecast from Utah to Colorado. But a new storm is already lining up in the Pacific to hit the West Coast tomorrow.

This new western storm will begin to bring heavy rain and mountain snow to the West on Friday morning, along the Northern California and Oregon coasts. It will move into the San Francisco Bay area by Friday late afternoon and evening, just in time for rush hour.

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By Saturday, the storm system will move right next to the West Coast, spreading rain and snow further south and inland, with rain reaching Southern California including Los Angeles and San Diego. Heavy snow is expected in the Sierra Nevada, the Cascades, and the Northern Rockies.

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heavy rain, mudslide threat , mountain snow to West originally appeared on abcnews.go.com. A pair of storms will bring a one-two punch to the West starting today. Storm number one is Angeles to San Diego this morning for heavy rain and a threat of flooding that could create mudslides .

Another high-impact Pacific storm system will pound California Sunday into Monday, with heavy mountain snow and potentially more flooding and mudslides . This new storm will then push through the mountain West , and could eventually become a windy snowmaker for parts of the Plains and

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The heaviest rain with this storm system will be in Northern California, where over the weekend we could see more than 4” of rain, along with possible flooding and mudslides. In the mountains, especially in the Sierra Nevada range in California, up to 3 feet of snow is possible, and Interstate 80 could be treacherous in the higher elevations this weekend.

Rain and snow moving from Midwest into the Northeast .
Over the weekend a storm system that moved into the West Coast brought more than 5 inches of rain to northern California around the Bay area. This heavy rain flooded streets and even produced a few mudslides in the state. © Cal Trans/AP This photo provided by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) shows crews cleaning up a rock slide caused by storms, Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, in Big Sur, Calif. (Caltrans via AP) In the mountains, heavy snow of 12 to 17 inches fell from California to Montana making driving extremely difficult on the roads.

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