track hillary | California radar maps show storm impacts

CALIFORNIA, USA – The main impacts of Tropical Storm Hillary move into Northern California on Monday, generally consisting of light rain, cloud cover and high humidity.

Tropical Storm Hillary flooded barren parts of Mexico and then ravaged Southern California from the coast to the desert resort of Palm Springs and the mountains inland, forcing rescuers to pull several people from swollen rivers.

Hillary was the first tropical storm to hit Southern California in 84 years and dropped more than half the average year’s worth of rain on some areas, including the desert resort of Palm Springs.

Intermittent rain will continue across Northern California on Monday. As of 9 a.m., downtown Sacramento averaged 0.03 inches of rainfall, which is 150% of the city’s average August rainfall. The tropical moisture brought by Hillary will produce very humid conditions across the region to go along with high temperatures in the upper 80s to low 90s.

Unstable air and abundant moisture will increase the chances of afternoon thunderstorms across the interior of Northern California before the remnants of the storm leave the state by Tuesday.

Dive deeper: California is bracing for more flooding as post-tropical storm Hillary brings more rain

Live Radar: Track the effects of Hillary and the storm

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See also:

Tropical Storm Hillary update: Flooding, rockslides and residual rain as the storm heads north

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