Heavy rain and strong winds pounded parts of California and the Pacific Northwest early Monday, causing flooding, landslides, road closures and power outages
The Golden State gets pummeled with heavy rain, while Oregon and Washington are seeing strong winds
that have burned nearly 2.5 million acres in the state this year, according to data from the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and the U.S. Forest Service.Flooding on State Route 99 in the southern part of Sacramento led to lane closures and traffic delays late Sunday,
according to Caltrans District 3, which maintains the state highway system in nearly a dozen counties in the northern part of the state. Sacramento’s downtown set a 24-hour rain total record of 5.44 inches, topping the previous record set in 1880, the National Weather Service Sacramento
said early Monday.A police officer tried to clear a downed tree from a road in Pleasant Hill, Calif., on Sunday.Photo:Jose Carlos Fajardo/Associated PressCaltrans District 4, which maintains highways in the Bay Area, said parts of Interstate 880 were closed because of flooding. The headtopics.com
to watch for water accumulatingon roads and said moderate to heavy rain was occurring from Santa Cruz southward.TheSaturday it had positioned dispatchers, a water rescue team and fire engines ahead of the storm, and urged residents to be on the lookout for potential flooding and mudslides in areas recently burned by wildfires.
Further north, thethe risk from winds and surf along the Washington coast is still high on Monday, but that “both will begin to decrease overnight.”“Expect the potential for more power outages and downed trees/branches today,” it said.Workers in Marin City, Calif., tried to divert water into drains on Sunday.Read more: The Wall Street Journal »
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