Life-threatening flooding continued to bash northern and central California into the middle of the week. Where 6 dead, 7 crore people's regular life stuck.
Six people have died and thousands were without power as a brutal winter storm continued to sweep across the United States and brought snow and ice to a swath of the Southeast, while strong winds and heavy rained battered parts of the West.
Vehicle crashes in Georgia and Kentucky on Saturday killed two people, officials said. A Maine man died in a Friday crash with a snowplow and another person died in a Kentucky crash on Thursday, officials said. A tree buffeted by high winds in Oregon fell on an 8-year-old on Tuesday, killing her
Several moisture-laden storms will crash onto the California coast, unleashing torrential rainfall and significant snow into Wednesday.
"The first wave of heaviest rain and mountain snow will continue to push southward across California into Sunday night," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski said.
"Periods of rain and mountain snow will follow for Monday, especially in northwestern California and the Sierra, before the next heavier round slams into northern and central California Tuesday into Tuesday night."
Cumulative rainfall from this weekend to midweek could surpass a foot across the northern California coast ranges and west-facing slopes of the Sierra Nevada. Two to 8 inches of rain are expected across the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys.