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Another Rain Storm in California Ignites as the West Coast Recovers From the Last Event

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A new pair of storms is headed for the West Coast as the storm train in the Pacific Ocean fires up once again. This rain storm in California comes not long after an atmospheric river flooded the Golden Sate.

Here is what you need to know about the upcoming soggy weather pattern and the threat of flooding that it will bring.

Another Rain Storm in California, Along With Much of the West Coast

It has been a relatively calm stretch of days for the West Coast but that is about to change in the following days as a pair of storms takes aim from the Pacific, bringing heavy rain in California.

The break has been particularly welcome for residents of California after the state experienced deadly mudslides in the southern region earlier in February. But forecasters are warning that a renewed risk of flooding and mudslides will ramp up starting on Wednesday.

The appetizer to the pair of storms will push through Northern California late Wednesday and into Thursday. The central coastal communities of California will see rainfall amounts between 0.50 of an inch and 1 inch during the first rain event. It will be significantly soggier heading up the coast and through coastal portions of Oregon.



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