Much if California saw an unusual weather pattern that caused an intense weekend of high winds and heavy rains.
In some ways, it was needed, but in other ways, it was simply dangerous.
From Friday night through Monday morning in Northern and Central California, record-setting winds and rain created treacherous road conditions.
The region was hit by what’s called a cyclone bomb. The storm dumped moisture from a long plume of ultra-moist air that meteorologists called an atmospheric river.