Story highlights California burn regions of Sonoma and Napa counties could find flash flooding, mudslides
Up to foot of rain can be done in coastal regions of Washington state over up coming five days
(CNN) The West Coast is bracing for just one more spherical of storms that may bring large winds, rain and snow to the region over another week.
The system moved in to the Northwest on Tuesday and will spread south into California on Wednesday. Coastal regions in Northern California could find upward of 2 to 5 in . of rain over another 48 hours, with wind gusts expected to reach 50 mph. Up to foot of snow can be done in the Sierra Nevada.
Updated Storm Total Rainfall forecast from Wednesday early morning through Friday early morning.#CAwx #CArain pic.twitter.com/eN3OB0rrEd – NWS Bay Place (@NWSBayArea) November 14, 2017
The storms could also affect the recent burn regions of Sonoma and Napa counties, where rainfall could approach an inch or even more and cause flash flooding and mudslides.
Washington state could see up to foot of rainfall in the coastal areas over another five days and up to 3 feet of snow in the Cascade and Olympic mountains. Elements of the state could also experience wind gusts up to 50 mph.
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It was that good.#WAwx #WeatherHaiku pic.twitter.com/t5r4F7xNd6 – NWS Seattle (@NWSSeattle) November 15, 2017
This system employs a storm moved through Oregon and Washington on Monday, with heavy rains, hurricane-force wind gusts and heavy snows in the mountains. At its peak, the storm knocked out capacity to nearly 300,000 customers in the two states.