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Storms, severe weather could affect 108 million across U.S.

Wet and severe winter-like weather is forecast for much of the United States and could impact 108 million people through Tuesday.

10/25/2021 3:21:00 AM

Wet and severe winter-like weather is forecast for much of the United States and could impact 108 million people through Tuesday.

A major storm fed by an atmospheric river was expected to hit California as severe weather is forecast for the Midwest and the mid-Atlantic.

Jeff Chiu / APOct. 24, 2021, 12:31 AM UTCByDennis RomeroWet and severe winter-like weather is forecast for much of the United States as a Pacific storm aims for California, and a thunderous, unsettled system moves into the Midwest and mid-Atlantic.The severe weather, including flooding and high winds, could affect 108 million people late Saturday into Tuesday.

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A Pacific storm aiming first for the northern half of California and then moving south is picking up moisture from the tropical Pacific, making it a potentatmospheric riverof precipitation also known as a"pineapple express."Seven million people were under flash flood alerts in California and Nevada, where as much as 10 inches of rain was possible, according to NBC News forecasters.

Rates of rainfall from the storm could exceed one half inch per hour, leading to life-threatening flash floods and mudslides in areas where burn scars were created by recent wildfires, they said.The National Weather Service in Oxnardtweetedthat Sunday night into Monday, Southern California residents should expect"gusty winds, rain, and possible minor flooding and debris flows in recent burn areas." headtopics.com

California's Sierra Nevada mountains could experience winds as fast as 100 mph, which could make travel nearly impossible, take down trees and cause power outages, NBC News' forecasters say.As much as 3 feet of snow could fall. Waves as high as 30 feet were forecasted for parts of the Northern California coast.

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