California 'not done' as more rain, snow pummel storm-battered state; relief may arrive Tuesday: Updates

The latest round of rain and snow showers struck California on Sunday, prolonging risks of flooding, landslides and whiteout conditions in the storm-battered

state. Bands of thunderstorms with gusty winds started Saturday in Northern California and spread south as another atmospheric river moved into the state

Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. Traveling conditions remained dangerous from California to Colorado due to heavy mountain snow and blowing snow, the weather

service said. Waves of heavy precipitation is expected to bring threats of flooding and landslides. Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in

your inbox each morning. “We’re not done,” said California Gov. Gavin Newsom during his visit to Merced County in the agricultural Central Valley on

Saturday. Newsom urged Californians to be on alert for a few more days as the last of the nine atmospheric rivers were expected to move through. The stormy

weather has already caused at least 19 deaths and a 5-year-old boy was still missing Sunday after being swept out of his mother’s car by floodwaters in San Luis Obispo County.

FLOODS, RAIN HAVE PLAGUED CALIFORNIA — WHAT HAPPENED TO THE DROUGHT? It's still a problem, new data says. When will relief come to storm-battered

California? A change in the weather pattern will start Tuesday as some dry weather is forecast to return to the drenched state. "By Tuesday, dry

conditions are expected to return as an area of high pressure noses into California," said AccuWeather Meteorologist Brandon Buckingham.