A second storm, much larger than Thursday’s, will sweep through areas including San Francisco and Sacramento and will last until Saturday night when another storm will hit that will last through Monday. The Sacramento Airport has grounded all flights due to the weather conditions.
Southern California regions will be prone to mudslides and flash floods. The Sierra area can expect blizzard like conditions. Residents are urged not to drive when the storm hits. “There will be blizzard like conditions, and transportation will be very limited in colder areas, at 7,000 feet and above,” said chief director of the Office of Emergency Services Frank McCarton.