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"The Atmospheric River", which brings a threat of muddy landslides, flooding in California
The meteorological system, known as the "Atmospheric River," sprawls heavy rain in California, threatening mudslides and floods on Thursday in a region that has been affected by rain and heavy snow days.
The Weather Forecasting Center claims that a strong storm unleashes an "abnormal wave of tropical moisture" in the Golden State.
"Some inches of precipitation are expected in most of Southern California, with the highest values for coastal mountains," NWS said. "There is a high risk of excessive rainfall on Thursday for the mountains in Southern California that could cause floods and landslides."
WHAT IS A ATMOSPHERIC RIVER?
The turbulent system is part of what is known as the atmospheric river, which according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is a huge noise of subtropical humidity.
"Atmospheric rivers are relatively long and narrow areas in the atmosphere ̵
1; like the rivers in the sky – that transport most of the water vapors outside the tropics," said NOAA. "These steam columns move with time, carrying a quantity of water vapor , approximately equivalent to the average flow of water at the mouth of the Mississippi River. "
The storm on Thursday triggered flood warnings across the country, with forecasts urging residents to move away from areas that were recently burned in forest fires .
An unstable rain-drenched rain-caused home in Sausalito, California to glide about 75 yards in another home across the street.
In northern California, an unstable rain-drenched hill made a home in Sousalito slid about 75 yards in another home across the street.
The threat of muddy landslides remains in California due to torrential rain. (KTVU)
Firemen told KTVU that a woman is inside the home but can be saved.
Strong rain causes accidents and motorway closures throughout the region due to floods.
In Castro Valley, the Alameda district fire said in Twitter that a broken water source causes a SUV to be hit in flood waters.
NWS said heavy wind winds led to wind gusts of 164 mph in the Mammoth Mountain in early Thursday
NWS warnings were published in the snow-covered Sierra Nevada, where the forecast says, that 7 meters of new snow can be thrown at a height of over 9,000 feet.
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The winter storms of the West have greatly helped California's water supply. The latest Sierra snowflake survey taken on January 31 is 100% of normal to date and more snow has fallen since then.
In the eastern part of the Sierra, Mount Mamut reported that the last storm has added another 8 inches to its top. total for the season, which is nearly 38 feet. Mamut said he plans to keep his slopes open for skiing and to board only in the fourth of July.