The latest data on power outages, flood and wind alerts, and rainfall totals

In an ominous warning from the National Weather Service over the weekend, people in California were advised to stay informed of the current weather forecast and prepare to take action if necessary because the latest atmospheric storm surge will have an “immediate threat to life and property.”

A severe weather threat emerges in California as storm surges continue to batter the state

The maps below from the FOX Forecast Center show the latest information on the storm’s path across the state, including active weather alerts and power outages as they appear.

Where is the California storm now?

How many power outages have been reported in California?

High winds are expected to cause problems across California with downed trees and power lines that will likely knock out power across many areas of the Golden State. Here’s what a power outage looks like now.

What are active wind advisories in my area?

The winds are expected to be very strong, and high wind advisories and advisories have been issued as a result. The map below shows any current wind advisories due to the storm.

What flood alerts are active in my area?

Widespread flooding is a major concern with the latest weather river storm to hit California. The maps below show the current flood threat.

What is the current water level in California rivers?

As California experiences heavy rains, river levels are expected to rise, leading to life-threatening flooding in many areas of the state. The graphics below show water levels in some California rivers and where they are expected to peak.

How much rain is expected during the storm?

Several inches of rain are expected to fall across California during this storm. Some of the highest totals are expected to be along coastal areas from the Los Angeles Basin north through the San Francisco Bay Area. The maps below show the total rainfall expected through Wednesday.

How much snow is expected during the storm?

Heavy snow is also expected to fall at higher elevations during this latest weather river storm in California. Some of the highest peaks can pick up several feet of snow. The maps below show expected snow totals through Wednesday morning.

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