California storm watch: What to know

A man pushes his stalled car through floodwaters.
James Claffey pushes his stalled car from the flooded 101 Freeway in Montecito on Monday.
(Michael Owen Baker / For The Times)

Multiple atmospheric river storms have deluged California since Christmas. Widespread flooding, rockfalls, landslides, and fallen trees and power lines have left residents reeling. The death toll from the storms continues to rise.

Fatalities include a toddler killed when a tree fell on his home in Sonoma County; another young boy was swept away by floodwaters in San Luis Obispo County.

Another moderate storm moved into California Sunday evening, bringing more rain to Los Angeles, the coast and inland valleys, and dropping potentially up to 2 feet of snow in the mountain regions of Northern California before it moves east on Monday.

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