This will be the 13th in a series of storms that has rocked and blown California out of its drought.
By News Desk
Since mid-January, California has experienced atmospheric rivers so deep and wide they should have had names like the Danube or Orinoco.
A two-part follow-up to last week’s inundation brings our total to thirteen storms, filling reservoirs, deepening the Sierra snowpack and giving us welcome relief and unwelcome disasters. The San Bernardino mountains are braced for more as LA hillsides teeter into mudslides.
Just a reminder that spring can be as wild as any winter. The foothills of the San Gabriels should prepare for a warmer and shorter steady rain throughout Wednesday, pausing for a few hours of evening respite before continuing to make Thursday morning’s commute a damp one. Stay dry and close those outdoor umbrellas because winds will be gusty.
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