Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' overtakes California

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Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' overtakes California

The first of back-to-back atmospheric rivers is drenching California. Heavy rain and high winds began in the north of the state on Wednesday before moving south along the coast and causing traffic disruptions in Los Angeles on Thursday morning.

Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
Slideshow: 'Pineapple Express' Overtakes California
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Traffic Is Disrupted On The Pacific Coast Highway Due To Flooding In Santa Monica, California, Thursday, Feb. 1, 2024.  The First Of Two Back-To-Back Atmospheric Rivers Is Drenching California.  Heavy Rain And Strong Winds Began Hitting The North On Wednesday And Moving South Along The Coast, Disrupting Thursday Morning Commutes In Los Angeles.  (Ap Photo/Eric Thayer)
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The storm left roads flooded, downed trees and traffic accidents, but also brought welcome snow to the mountains. Forecasters say the storm will be followed by an even more powerful storm late Saturday night. The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services has activated its operations center and deployed personnel and equipment to areas most at risk from the weather.

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