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California flash flood live updates: West coast weather warning for landslides and heavy rain

California flash flood: Live updates

California flash flood: Live updates

California flash flood | headlines

- Some school districts in California cancel classes due to severe weather

- California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency in eight counties

- Flash flood warnings issued for parts of southern California.

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That brings our coverage of these events to an end for today. Please check with local authorities for more information. Stay safe. 

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Footage from the flooding in northern LA

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Three people now reported killed in the storm

ABC News reports the deaths of three people during the storm over the last few days. Los Angeles has recorded over 4 inches of rain in just a asingle day, making Monday the wettest day in two decades.

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Atmospheric river seen from space

California has been battered by a strong Pacific storm system known as a atmospheric rive since Sunday. Here's a view of the monster storm captured by NOAA's GOESWest satellite.

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Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District cancels classes

Santa Monica-Malibu Unified has announced that all schools in the district will be closed on Monday "due to severe weather causing road closures and the inability for some staff to get to school sites."
 

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3D radar catches deluge from atmospheric river flooding Los Angeles

Southern California is being lashed by a second atmospheric river since Sunday dumping recod amounts of rain. The storm is expected to continue into Tuesday.

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Images of flooding in California

An atmospheric river has been bringing excessive rainfall to parts of California. The southern part of the state has seen instances of flash flooding swelling creeks and streams that have burst their banks.

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Los Angeles Unified stays open Monday 5 February

Los Angeles Unified has stuck with its decision to stay open Monday 5 February despite the deluge that is inundating the area. Superintendent Alberto Carvalho explained at a press conference that the safety of the children is a top priority for officials and the district. However, the decision was made "considering the fact that our students depend on nutrition at school."

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Potentially “life threatening” flash floods in California

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Storm warning in California: what is a flash flood?

The National Weather Service has issued flash flood warnings for Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, as well as Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and West Hollywood until 9:00 am PST Monday 5 February.

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California flash flood: Which school districts have canceled classes today, Monday, Feb. 5?

A severe winter storm is lashing California bringing potentially “life-threatening” flooding. Some school districts have suspended classes on Monday.

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Rainfall records broken in California

On Sunday 4 February, Downtown LA received 4.10 inches of rain, exceeding the daily record set in 1927 of 2.55 inches according to the NWS Los Angeles. 

Yesterday, tied for tenth wettest day since meteorological records have been kept dating back to 1887. The wettest single day in downtown LA was 2 March 1938 when 5.88 inches fell.

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State of emergency in eight counties in California

California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency in eight counties including Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo and Ventura counties.

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An atmospheric river continues to dump rain causing flash flooding and landslides. The National Weather Service in Los Angeles has warned that “This is a DANGEROUS SYSTEM with major risks to life and property.

 Authorities have ordered evacuations for certain locations and California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency in eight counties including Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo and Ventura counties.

We’ll keep you up with the latest as the storm is expected to continue into Tuesday.

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