Blendworth Crescent after a heavy snowfall

Southern California Braces for New Storm After Last Week’s Snowfall

Southern California cities are preparing for a new storm surge this week, bringing with it rain and strong winds, following last week’s rare snowfall in Los Angeles.

Over the past three days, Los Angeles has experienced a snowfall, a rare occurrence for the beach town. The volatile weather also brought heavy rain and flooding in parts of Los Angeles. Video footage showed a car falling into the Santa Clara River after the dam collapsed.

According to data from PowerOutage, a U.S. outage monitoring system, about 70,000 Californians were without power on Sunday, February 26.

The US National Weather Service (NWS) has reported that from Sunday night through Wednesday, the storms will come in waves, with a maximum temperature of just 13 degrees Celsius, and severe storms are expected in the West Coast mountains, which will affect travel.

The new storm surge is causing concern for local residents and authorities, who are still dealing with the aftermath of last week’s unusual weather conditions. The public is advised to take necessary precautions and stay up to date with the latest weather forecasts and warnings to ensure their safety.

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