The latest weather forecast warned that another storm could unload in Southern California this week, causing rain and thunderstorms.
People with travel plans this week should consider the weather forecasts.
Bringing an umbrella would be recommendable as rounds of storms would unleash anytime this week.
Mountain snow and gusty thunderstorms
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January 22, 2023 in Mammoth Lakes, California. California
According to AccuWeather’s latest forecast this January 31, the weather report noted that another storm hitting Southern California is expected to dump mountain snow and thunderstorms.
The weather forecast added that the storm had limited moisture, but it would be enough to affect significant travel for this week.
The weather outlook revealed that gusty winds could affect San Francisco, Sacramento, Redding, Reno and Sacramento.
Here are further weather outlooks:
- There is a chance of snow in Fresno, Cedar City and Grand Junction.
- Rounds of rain showers would unload in Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas and Phoenix.
- The weather report noted that the cold air breeze would unfold in Elko, Denver and Salt Lake City.
Due to the possible severe weather risks, the weather could become challenging for many motorists. In addition, there is a chance of downed trees and power outages.
It is recommendable that homeowners should consider securing anything outside their homes due to powerful winds.
Meanwhile, the National Weather Service (NWS) said that portions of the United States would experience severe weather risks starting Tuesday.
- The weather forecast noted that dangerous ice conditions would unload in Texas, Tennessee and Lower Ohio Valleys.
- Meanwhile, residents and motorists in the Southwest could anticipate cold rain showers, mountain snow and thunderstorms.
In addition, the NWS Bay Area’s latest weather Key message showed a freeze warning in the Interior North and East Bay.
The weather forecast warned of possible challenging temperatures and hazardous travel.
The most common cold-related health concerns are hypothermia and frostbite. People should ensure to avoid prolonged exposure to colder temperatures.
Did you know?
- According to Daily News, one of the most devastating storms in the United States occurred in Galveston, Texas, in 1900. The severe weather could reach from 8,000 to 12,000 casualties.
- The NOAA’s report also noted that one of the costliest hurricanes in the U.S. was Hurricane Karina, causing about $108 billion of property damage.
Severe thunderstorms safety
From relentless rain and atmospheric rivers, Californians are not strangers to severe weather risks. Thunderstorms and lightning strikes are life-threatening.
According to CDC’s Lightning Safety Tips, staying safe during severe weather risks is essential, especially since every second counts.
Here are important reminders to keep in mind.
- Staying aware of the severe weather risks is essential. Knowing the weather conditions can help you become more prepared and anticipate the weather’s impact.
- Emergency plans and securing a place are two critical preparedness during severe weather events. Covering your head as you evacuate to a secure or safe location is best.
- In addition, it is recommendable to stay indoors as thunderstorms or lightning strikes emerge.
- Stay away from open waters during thunderstorm events. You are more susceptible to lightning if you stay in bodies of water.
- Avoid staying in open structures and using electronic equipment.
Keeping you safe is crucial during severe weather.
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