DEVELOPING STORY: Tens of thousands of people are without power across California after a powerful winter storm system, known as a bomb cyclone, pounded the region. Several levees and dams have either been breached or are in danger of breaking. There are also fears of flooding and landslides. Thousands have already been ordered to evacuate their homes and head to higher ground. EDITOR’S NOTE: Todd Starnes owns one of the top conservative radio stations in the nation. Click here to download his free app so you can listen to conservative news and talk 24-7.
🚨#BREAKING: Thousands are without power after multiple transformers exploded— R A W S A L E R T S (@rawsalerts) January 5, 2023
⁰📌#SanRafael | #CA
Currently thousands are without power after multiple transformers exploded due to a powerful storm system slamming into California as the storm brings heavy rain and strong winds pic.twitter.com/SBBVdTSNBr
Sheets of rain comin’ down out there! (Richmond District, San Francisco) #CAwx #SanFrancisco #AtmosphericRiver #BombCyclone #bayareastorm pic.twitter.com/bT0USQa7od— Stacy Beckley (@StacyBeckley) January 5, 2023
#BombCyclone winds rattling the windows high up in Salesforce Tower 😳 pic.twitter.com/y1l5NvQ7bh— Sean Lawson (@seanblawson) January 5, 2023
Can’t get out of my neighborhood! Flooding in El Dorado and Sacramento Counties pic.twitter.com/WD5FXvptG7— Matt Taylor (@tough_badger) January 1, 2023
#FLOODING with several levee breaches from the Cosumnes River through parts of the #Sacramento #California area confirmed deadly #Storm #Sacramento #SacramentoStorm #sacramentoflooding #flooding #floods #longisland #flashflood #wmtw #weather #climate #storm #NewYork #NYwx pic.twitter.com/kdSaoeXAjL— Harish Deshmukh (@DeshmukhHarish9) January 2, 2023
Flooding on Highway 99 in Sacramento County led to these cars being stuck on the roadway >> https://t.co/oBRiesDylD pic.twitter.com/r1kOCpaqYK— kcranews (@kcranews) January 1, 2023
There is a TON of lightning occurring near Ione, California. My girlfriend is sending me these videos from down there. Crazy! #CAwx #AtmosphericRiver #BombCyclone #wxtwitter pic.twitter.com/Y5ewUI4N9B— Michael Steinberg (@MichaelWX18) January 5, 2023
I come from the east coast, I’ve survived Sandy, I’ve lived in NOLA, but this is the first time I am legitimately scared of a storm. So many houseless people in the Bay Area, so many homes on hills. Seriously hope everyone stayed safe #NorthernCalifornia #BombCyclone pic.twitter.com/YD3J6oEpM9— Suzee (@shesanempath) January 4, 2023
Why is this #BombCyclone a big deal? It’s not “a bit of rain”.— BAY AREA STATE OF MIND (@YayAreaNews) January 5, 2023
• 50-70 mph wind gusts in valleys, up to 90 mph in mountains.
• 4-8 inches of rain, locally 10+ on the North Coast
• Ground already saturated – high flood and power outage risk
• Terrain means mudslide risk #CAwx pic.twitter.com/9XPUWK4KeS