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Southern California Braces for Another Heavy Rainfall Event

Residents of Southern California are preparing for another round of stormy weather as an atmospheric river event is expected to bring heavy rainfall to the area on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The National Weather Service has warned that flooding is possible, and residents are advised to exercise caution while driving in the region.

According to meteorologist Vera Jimenez, areas along the coast and valleys, including Los Angeles, Orange County, and Ventura, are expected to receive around 4 inches of rainfall.

Foothills and mountain areas will receive up to 6 inches, while Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and points north of there could see as much as 10 inches.

The inland empire, up against the foothills, could see up to 8 inches of rainfall.

While the snow levels are expected to be high above 8,000 feet, the wet conditions could cause snow melt runoff, leading to mud and debris flows and falling rocks, making the conditions treacherous for drivers.

Therefore, it is advised to stay away from these areas for at least a week.

Another chance of rain is expected to hit the region on Sunday, which may bring snow levels down.

The current weather event is expected to cause moderate to heavy delays on the roadways.

After Wednesday, the weather is expected to become dry with partly cloudy skies.

Residents of Orange County can expect temperatures below average, while the Inland Empire will see temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s.

The San Gabriel Valley will see low 60s through Thursday, with Wednesday being a wet day.





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