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Cyclonic storm wreaked havoc in California again, roads submerged… Darkness spread to 2.5 lakh homes



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The cyclonic storm wreaked havoc in California.
1,50,000 people were forced to live without electricity due to the storm.
Officials expressed the possibility of heavy rain due to today’s storm.

Sacrament. California Bomb Cyclone has once again wreaked havoc in the western coastal state of the United States of America (USA). A severe cyclonic storm hit northern California, causing power lines to snap. For this reason, at least 150,000 people have been forced to live without electricity. Electrical power has shut down across the state. Strong stormy winds also took the power pole in its grip. Everywhere electric poles fell because of the strong winds.

According to a Bloomberg report, this has also affected flights departing from San Francisco International Airport. The flights had to be canceled due to a severe storm. Bloomberg reported that one person died from the storm in the southern county town of San Mateo. Daniel Swain, a climatologist at the University of California, Los Angeles, said: ‘It was a sudden severe storm. We are probably seeing effects similar to a strong tropical storm or cyclonic storm.

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heavy rain warning
According to the report, officials escalated today due to the storm. Rain warned of. Also, due to the storm, winds in California are blowing at speeds of 80 miles per hour. At the same time, the electricity crisis has put people in difficulty. About 2.5 lakh homes and offices are in darkness due to lack of electricity.

order people to evacuate
California has seen a series of storms since late December. After December, because of the rain, there were floods and then record snowfall. Because of this, more than 20 people died and billions of dollars were lost. Santa Cruz County reported downed power lines and cars. Authorities have ordered people to evacuate from Tulare County in the Central Valley, fearing widespread flooding. Officials expressed the possibility that the storm could continue until late Wednesday evening.

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