US President Joe Biden on Sunday declared a state of major disaster in California, where more bad weather is expected after three weeks of unprecedented rainfall that killed 19 people.
Heavy rain is still waiting. US President Joe Biden has declared a state of major disaster in California, threatened by heavy rainfall.
Joe Biden also ordered federal aid for residents and communities in the state to repair damage caused by severe winter storms, which caused flooding, landslides and mudslides. , since December 27.
This Saturday, a major wave of rain swept through many areas of the most populous state in the United States, whose soil is already saturated with water.
Snowfall was also reported in some areas.
A new “atmospheric river,” that is, a narrow band in the atmosphere that transports huge amounts of moisture from the tropics, is expected on Monday, a U.S. holiday, bringing “new waves of extreme precipitation,” warned the National Weather Service (NWS ).