Residents of California and the Midwest are bracing for a powerful winter storm that is expected to bring snow, rain, and blizzard conditions to the region.
The National Weather Service has issued rare blizzard warnings for Southern California, as the Midwest is still digging out from the storm. The storm is expected to bring heavy rain and snow to the region, and could cause flooding and power outages.
In California, the storm is expected to bring snow to the mountains and rain to the coast, with the potential for flooding in some areas. The storm could also bring high winds and blizzard conditions to parts of the state, making travel dangerous.
Meanwhile, in the Midwest, the winter storm has caused widespread power outages and icy roads. Michigan is particularly hard-hit, with some areas seeing temperatures as low as -20 degrees.
Mount Baldy, in California, is also seeing its “worst winter” in years, with multiple rescues being conducted due to the snow and icy conditions.
The storm is expected to move east, bringing with it heavy rain and snow to other parts of the US. The storm is also expected to bring a heat wave to some areas, while other parts of the country will experience a deep freeze.
No matter where the storm moves, it is sure to bring wild weather to the US.