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California Braces for Another Powerful Storm on Tuesday, Flash Flooding Risk in LA and San Diego

California is set to face yet another powerful storm on Tuesday morning, bringing large amounts of snow and rainfall.

Areas above 6,000 feet could see as much as three feet of snow.

However, flooding is presenting another danger as the Los Angeles and San Diego areas are at risk of flash flooding due to the large amounts of rain.

The storm’s core is expected to move over Central and Northern California, but the highest impact is predicted in Southern California, especially in Los Angeles and San Diego.

The high winds, with gusts forecasted up to 65 miles per hour, may cause power outages and tree damage.

According to meteorologist Gerard Bailey, this storm is a big one, and it is hitting California amidst a rare situation of high moisture.

The good news, however, is that the state is happy to receive the rainfall as it has been facing a drought for a long time.

Although the storm is expected to start winding down by tomorrow, it is essential to remain cautious and stay updated on the latest weather conditions.

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