Heavy rains and winds continue to wreak havoc across Northern California, with the region continuing to be flooded by atmospheric river rings, as well as rapidly rotating storm systems known as bomb cyclones. . Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency on Wednesday and mobilized the California National Guard to aid in the disaster response. An evacuation order has been issued, the BBC reported on Friday. Two deaths have been reported since Wednesday, including a 19-year-old woman whose car slid down on a flooded road and a toddler who died after a redwood tree fell over him.
National Weather Service murmured More storms are expected to continue through the region through Tuesday, possibly even stronger. Here are some of the photos that capture the damage so far.