Posted March 17, 2019 09:11:18For a while, the desert of California was one of the few places where people could live comfortably without resorting to the expensive resorts and hotels.
The state was so popular with tourists and vacationers that it was able to keep the desert safe from any major natural disasters.
But in the last few years, that all changed.
Now, the state has begun experiencing some of the worst storms in California history.
The latest is a Category 4 storm system that is threatening to bring flooding, mudslides and mudslide-related power outages across parts of the state.
A number of the areas most seriously affected are in California’s Northern Sierra, where the state’s southern portion is home to a vast expanse of dry desert that extends into parts of San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, and Santa Barbara Counties.
The storm system is now moving into parts with a lot of water, according to the National Weather Service.
There is also a high likelihood of significant mudsliding and mud slide-related flooding across the San Joaquin Valley and the southern part of the San Francisco Bay Area.
It’s expected to continue into the early afternoon.
A large number of power outage warnings have been issued across the state, but the most severe of the warnings have already passed, according the National Hurricane Center.
It is also possible that the storm system will bring severe rain and flash flooding, but it is not yet clear how severe that will be.
A new storm warning issued for the entire state is still in effect for the first part of April, but only for the Northern Sierra.
The National Weather Services says the storms will be strong and potentially devastating.
A severe thunderstorm warning remains in effect until late next week.
The most severe storm warning is in effect in Santa Cruz County, which includes the cities of San Jose and Santa Cruz.
A few of the most affected areas are in the San Bernardino Mountains, Santa Barbara County, the coastal mountains of the Sierra Nevada, and the coastal plains of Northern California.
There are no immediate reports of injuries, but some of those areas are seeing significant flooding.
At least one person was reported dead when a mudslider hit the roof of a car in northern California.
In addition to the threat of flooding and mud slides, a few more extreme weather events have also been reported in the Pacific Northwest and eastern North America.