Southern California Hit by Torrential Rain, Flash Floods, and ‘Seafoam Storm’ as Atmospheric River Unleashes Havoc.

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NEW: Southern California is getting obliterated by torrential rain causing flash flood warnings.

The storm even caused a ‘Seafoam storm’ where strong winds blew foam onto people standing on the shore.

The storm was thanks to an ‘Atmospheric River’ which is “relatively long, narrow regions in the atmosphere that transport most of the water vapor outside of the tropics.” (NOAA)

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The average Atmospheric River carries the equivalent amount of water as the average flow at the mouth of the Mississippi River.

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