MADRID, 8 Jan. (.) –
More than 560,000 California homes have been left without power tonight due to what the US National Weather Service has described as a “relentless parade of cyclones” that will continue for at least the next eleven days, after leaving at least six dead since his approach last week.
The cyclones are part of a huge storm system that reached northern California on Friday night and reached the center of the state the next day, between flood warnings for Monterey, Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Mendocino, Humboldt or Sacramento counties. , reports the ‘Los Angeles Times’.
Californians are preparing for the worst starting Monday, when the second of the five major storms expected over the next few days will arrive, according to an expert from the State Department of Water Resources, Michael Anderson.
At least six people have died since the harsher weather conditions since New Year’s, including a small child who was crushed by a tree in the north of the state.