Multiple winter storms have been affecting much of the United States, putting over 21 million Americans on alert for potential flooding, snow, blizzards, and high winds.
As the storms continue to rage, the state of California has been hit particularly hard, with flooding and snowfall impacting several cities across the state.
President Biden has declared a state of emergency in the area and is sending federal aid, including FEMA officials, to affected towns.
In Tulare County, flood waters are raging, with emergency crews using boats to rescue people in flooded homes.
Meanwhile, in Oakland, investigators are looking into whether the weather caused a warehouse roof to collapse, resulting in one death.
The situation is especially dire in Southern California, where at least 13 people have died in mountain communities east of Los Angeles.
A separate weather system is now moving from the Great Lakes to the Northeast, bringing heavy snow and rain.