More Severe Winter Storms Slam California

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SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 08: Members of the California Army National Guard Joint Task Force Rattlesnake (R) shovel snow from a rooftop after a series of winter storms dropped more than 100 inches of snow in the San Bernardino Mountains in Southern California on March 8, 2023 in Crestline, California.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Communities throughout California are bracing for another round of severe storms this week. An atmospheric river is poised to dump several inches of rain, which could melt snow reserves in mountains and cause flooding. Mountainous areas of the state are already dealing with power outages, road closures, and collapsed roofs after a series of heavy rain and snow events during the past couple of months. We’ll talk about how Californians are managing severe weather and what to expect in the days to come.


Gerry Díaz, newsroom meteorologist, San Francisco Chronicle

Katie Kay Mead, resident, Lake Arrowhead, California

Bob Thurman, resident near Nevada City, California

Mike Scrivano, contractor and owner, North Lake Home Services in Truckee, California

Hanna Lykke, reporter, San Bernardino Sun, Southern California News Group