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>> Snow in California, a rare sight in the Golden State. The white stuff turning to rain in some areas this weekend, causing concerns of mass flooding.>> Eight inches of rain in 36 hours on top of this snowpack. It could all melt at once, we could have tsunamis up here.
>> Other normally balmy states also digging out. Several inches falling in West Coast neighbor Nevada, with parts of Southern states North Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia seeing almost a foot. Hundreds of flights canceled at Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson Airport, among nearly 4,000 flights grounded nationwide. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper declaring a state of emergency.
Reporting more than 700 accidents and 20,000 people without power. The Northeast not spared, much of the snow combined with below freezing temperatures.