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>> Intense rains and flooding forcing some Southern California residents to evacuate amid clean-up efforts from a deadly storm that reports say killed at least five people. High waters engulfing homes and schools with many roads closed and sinkholes springing up as meteorologists say the once drought stricken California is seeing its heaviest rainfall in six years.
The storm triggering mudslides and high winds of 75 miles an hour at the Port of Los Angeles as utility crews work to restore power to tens of thousands of customers in Southern California. Meanwhile in Northern California where torrential rains led to evacuations near the damaged Lake Oroville Dam, authorities are warning that those who return to their homes may have to flee once more with rain and snow predicted Sunday night and another storm on the way Tuesday.