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Another Storm Brings Rain, Flooding, Up to Five Feet of Snow at Lake Tahoe

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A storm that began over the weekend has brought more torrential rain to an already saturated Northern California, with flash flood warnings across the region. The Lake Tahoe area was expecting up to five feet of snow, with an avalanche warning in effect through 7 AM Tuesday.  And at Don Pedro Reservoir near Turlock, the reservoir exceeded capacity, forcing the use of a spillway for the first time since 1997. We’ll get the latest on the most recent storm to hit the region

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Jan Null, certified consulting meteorologist, Golden Gate Weather Services

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