California storm: 6 maps of radar, traffic and power outages

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California braced for more stormy weather as rain began to fall in the northern part of the state on Saturday.

The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for a large swath of northern and central California, with potential for road flooding and mudslides.

Rain was impacting the Bay Area on Saturday with a brief dry spell on Sunday and severe storms set to arrive on Monday. In the Los Angeles area, light rain is expected over the weekend with stormy conditions returning on Monday.

The wet weather comes after days of rain in California as a result of a series of storms in the Pacific Ocean. The storms won’t be enough to officially end California’s ongoing drought, but they have helped.

► Related: Here’s how state officials are preparing for potential flooding and other storm problems

► Related: The Wilton area is bracing for the next set of storms and flooding


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National Weather Service Sacramento Radar:


PG&E power outages:

The SMUD outage map can be found here, and here is where to report outages.

Related: 5 tricks to help you overcome a power outage


Sacramento area traffic map:

Live map showing traffic conditions along Interstate 80, Interstate 50, and Interstate 89 around Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Mountains.

Snow Park locations are marked with purple markers.

RELATED: Tips and tricks for putting chains on your tires this winter

Sacramento Valley traffic from Waze (zoom in where you want to go):

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See more: Mega Floods: How the Sacramento area is preparing for potentially catastrophic flooding.

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