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Multiple winter storms have wreaked havoc across the United States, leaving 21 million Americans on alert for flooding, snow, blizzards, and high winds.

California has been hit particularly hard, with flooding and snowfall impacting cities across the state.

The violent floodwaters in Tulare County have prompted a state of emergency, and President Biden has sent FEMA officials to provide aid.

The Oroville Dam Spillway near Sacramento has been opened for the first time in four years to release excess water, and crews are investigating whether the weather caused the collapse of a warehouse roof in Oakland, resulting in one fatality.

In Southern California, at least 13 people have died in mountain communities, with residents trapped in their homes for weeks without food or heat.

Meanwhile, another system is marching from the Great Lakes to the Northeast, bringing heavy snow and rain.

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