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Southern & Western Wallop

posted on Wednesday, January 20th, 2010 at 11:01 pm

Yet another El Nino system is pulling into the California coast.  One to three inches of rain has already fallen across the foothills surrounding the Sacramento Valley and more is on the way, creating flooding across many of the lower elevations.  Up in the mountains near Lake Tahoe, near blizzard conditions are happening right now with a good 8 to 16 inches of snow on the way for skiers.

National Satellite Image, Image: NOAA

National Satellite Image, Image: NOAA

Click here for the latest national satellite imagery.

In the meantime, yet another El Nino storm is moving through the Deep South. This has provided for a couple of inches of rain across the central Gulf Coast and tornado watches from just north of New Orleans, all the way up into Mississippi, east Texas, and southern Arkansas.  Tornadoes were even spotted Wednesday afternoon over portions of Southeastern Louisiana.  Tornado Watches are in effect for cities like Jackson, MS.

US Watches & Warnings, Image: NOAA

US Watches & Warnings, Image: NOAA

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