‘Bomb cyclone’ prompts emergency declaration for California | LiveNOW from FOX

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California is just hours from possibly facing a double whammy of a bomb cyclone and damaging winds.

Governor. Gavin Newsom declared an emergency in California.

The atmospheric river could cause flooding and topple trees in soil saturated. It may also knock out electricity. All of the Bay Area is currently under flood watch through Thursday night. High wind warnings were also issued.

The coast and valleys of Los Angeles County will receive up to four inches total rainfall through January.5, 2023. According to the National Weather Service, forecasters predict that SoCal’s mountain regions could see as much as eight inches of rainfall in January. 5.

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