California is in for another round of cold, wet, snowy and blustery weather. The National Weather Service says a storm moving down into the state Tuesday is being fueled by a plume of subtropical moisture from north of Hawaii combined with low pressure over the Northeast Pacific.
Wednesday’s deluge forced the evacuation of sea lions at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Canyon.
Riverside County authorities say storm-related damage to public and private property is nearing $30 million.
Torrential rain and flooding left behind a real mess in the city of Laguna Beach, where damage was estimated at $4 million, according to city officials.