Severe storms and flooding hit California once again on Tuesday, marking the 12th atmospheric river to hit the state since late December.
The storm has caused widespread damage and power outages, with more than 120,000 residents throughout California left without power.
The National Weather Service has issued warnings of dangerous flooding in Southern California.
The storm has also claimed at least two lives, with downed trees and high winds causing accidents.
CBS News correspondent Janet Shamlian reported on the damage, saying that the storm has affected not only Los Angeles but also the San Francisco Bay Area.
Rush-hour traffic was a disaster due to potholes and damaged cars, and freeways were closed, putting pressure on other roads.
The ground is now so saturated that even light rain can cause flooding.
Despite the fast-moving storms, recovery efforts have been challenging due to the lack of time between the waves.
However, the storm is expected to move to the east soon, providing some relief to the West Coast.
Meanwhile, other storms are popping up in areas from Texas to Memphis over the next few days.