Rain and storm chances return today with storms also possible this afternoon and again late Friday through Fri. night. We'll have highs in the 70s through Friday.
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A series of potent storms is poised to deliver torrents of rain and feet of snow across California and the West over the next few days.
California’s ‘atmospheric rivers’ bring limited rain relief — a look at the Western drought by the numbers
Moderate to heavy rain fell across Northern California heading into a weekend that's expected bring stormy weather to the drought-ravaged state, which is among the hardest hit as the U.S. West continues to strain under dry conditions.
- LA Times
A significant storm is expected in Central and Northern California on Thursday night, with an even stronger system arriving Sunday.
- USA TODAY
Above-average temperatures are predicted across the South and most of the eastern U.S.. It will be wet in the Pacific Northwest, dry in the Southwest.
- KCRA - Sacramento Videos
A cold front that moved into Northern California on Thursday night brought a fresh wave of precipitation that impacted Friday morning commuters, but another weather event is expected to bring heavy rain and gusts Sunday. KCRA 3's weather team is calling Sunday a Weather Alert Day due to the potential for street flooding and downed trees. See more above.
- The Weather Network
Just as one potent system winds down, the next is already lined up for B.C. with more significant rain and strong winds forecast through the weekend.
A much-needed rainy stretch of weather has been welcome so far for much of the Northwest, including Northern California. Much of the region is in severe, extreme or exceptional drought, as classified by the U.S. Drought Monitor. However, AccuWeather forecasters say a powerful storm that will culminate this rainy stretch at the end of the weekend will become too much all at once, and will bring dangers and significant impacts to the region. For the last several days, while there have been pockets
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- USA TODAY
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- KFSN – Fresno
ABC30's Accuweather team is tracking the atmospheric river. Here's when we'll start to see rain in the Central Valley.
- Miami Herald
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- WEWS-Cleveland Videos
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- Business Insider
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- The Conversation
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A firefighter checks homes after a mudslide that killed 23 people in Montecito, Calif., in 2018. Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times via Getty ImagesA powerful storm system known as an atmospheric river is heading for northern California and Oregon, a region in the midst of an historic drought. While it will bring much-needed water to the parched region and should significantly lower the wildfire risk after a destructive fire year, it also brings dangerous new flood and mudslide risks, particularly i