Another round of winter storms is expected to move south again in the evening of the 13th due to atmospheric circulationCaliforniaMeteorologists said that northern and southern California, especially central and southern California, could be affected by thisStormSignificant impact, up to 10 inches of rain possible in some areassnowfallUp to 12 inches, heavy rain and snow can cause flooding and power outages, some areas may need to be evacuated, and people need to be prepared.
On the morning of the 13th, the California Office of Public Affairs and Crisis Coordination and minority media held a press conference on the theme of “Severe Storms in March”. David Lawrence, liaison between the National Weather Service and the California Emergency Services Center, reminded the public to pay attention to the arrival of a new round of winter storms on the evening of the 13th. A potential winter storm could have a major impact on California by the evening of the 13th to the 15th, he said. Rainfall is particularly severe in Central California and Southern California. Average rainfall is expected to be 2.5 inches to 8 inches, and in some areas the rainfall will reach ten. inches, the Central Coast, from Monterey County south to Santa Barbara County, will be severely affected by the threat of flooding and landslides.
Heavy snowfall is possible in the mountains over the next two days, with six to 12 inches of rain expected in many areas above 7,500 feet.