California Pineapple Express Storm, The storm caused torrential rainfall and severe gusts throughout the state of California. Heavy and torrential rains caused extensive damage throughout the state. Pineapple Express, the second storm to strike the West Coast in less than a week, made landfall in Southern California on Monday.
California Pineapple Express Storm California’s weather patterns have shifted. Heavy rainfall and severe gusts were reported around the state as a result of the storm. Heavy and torrential rains caused extensive damage across the state. The second “Pineapple Express” hurricane to batter the West Coast in less than a week made landfall on Monday in Southern California. The storm dumped heavy rainfall over the region, causing road floods and landslides.
A few days ago, there was torrential rain in Southern California due to the Atmospheric River. Due to rain, a flood-like situation was created and after this, the storm “Pineapple Express” wreaked havoc in the state.
Appeal made to people to limit driving
Floods and high winds caused widespread damage on Monday in regions of California and southwestern Arizona. This area is home to more than three crore people. People in this region have received alert messages in response to the flooding, severe winds, and winter storms. Officials had asked locals to restrict their time outside and driving as much as possible.
National Weather Service expects flood to increase
More than 10 inches (25.4 cm) of rain fell across Los Angeles since Sunday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). The region, which is home to the country’s second-largest city, is expected to see rain throughout the week. “Significant flooding continues and is expected to increase,” according to an online notice posted by the NWS.