LOS ANGELES (AP) — California's winter keeps getting wetter as the first in the latest round of storms moves ashore, bringing heavy rain and powerful winds.
The National Weather Service says rain is making for slick roads and reduced visibility for commuters across Southern California Monday.
Officials warned residents of Los Angeles-area hillsides scarred by wildfires that mudslides are possible, but only minor debris flows have been reported.
Wind gusts topping 50 mph are predicted in parts of the San Joaquin Valley and north toward Sacramento.
Sections of the Sierra Nevada could see more than two feet of snow during three storms expected to batter the state through midweek.
California has been swamped during a wet winter that has brought no shortage of rain and snow after years of drought.
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