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Evacuation warning issued for Nevada County ahead Sunday storm

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — 5:05 p.m. update:. Nevada County issued an evacuation warning ahead of the bomb cyclone and atmospheric rivers that are expected to arrive on Sunday morning. The county issued the warnings for zones NCO-E102-A, NCO-E050-A, and NCO-E103A. They are saying flash potential flood and debris flow could cause...
NEVADA COUNTY, CA
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San Francisco Chronicle

S.F. Bay Area weather: Get ready for the 'bomb cyclone'

UPDATE: The storm has arrived. Go here for latest updates on the converging 'bomb cyclone' and atmospheric river. Much of Northern California is bracing for one of the strongest storms of the year, as an atmospheric river approaches the region, and with it, the potential for flooding, power outages and landslides. So far, rains were relatively light, but they still managed to knock out power to tens of thousands of PG&E customers. A new, $31 million radar system promises to drastically improve Bay Area weather forecasts.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
weatherboy.com

Bomb Cyclone & Atmospheric River Event to Bring 4 Feet+ Snow to West

An “atmospheric river” phenomena is forecast to bring an incredible amount of moisture to the Northwest in the coming days, bringing heavy rain and snow to the region. With an area of low pressure expected to rapidly intensify and deepen, it’ll take on characteristics of a “bomb cyclone” later tomorrow into early Monday. By Tuesday, several inches of rain are expected to fall over lower elevations while more than 4 feet of snow will fall over the mountainous terrain.
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