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Millions of Californians are under flood alerts as an atmospheric river continues to pummel parts of the state, causing rivers to overflow and roads to be submerged.

Residents have been ordered to evacuate as the deadly weather situation shows no signs of easing up, with even more rain expected over the coming days.

NBC’s Steve Patterson reported from Sanger, California, where he witnessed the devastating impact of the floods.

He explained that across the northern half of the state, there are 90 alerts, warnings, and watches for flash flooding, affecting around 16 million people.

The Central Valley, where Patterson was reporting from, is waterlogged, with some parts of the Bay Area and Central Coast completely underwater.

In Monterey County, a levy broke upstream of a community, causing widespread flooding and necessitating 56 swift water rescues in just one day.

The situation is set to worsen, with a second atmospheric river expected to hit on Monday.

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