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>> The US west coast bracing for another deadly storm Tuesday with blizzard warnings for the Sierra Nevada, where officials are urging people not to travel due to life threatening conditions. The main highway in the area, Interstate 80, has been closed, and fears of avalanches keeping many ski resorts shuttered Tuesday.
Meanwhile in northern California, the pressing concern is flooding. Thousands have already fled their homes to escape rising waters and swelling rivers. It's all a part of a weather system called the pineapple express that's drenched areas from as far as Hawaii to California and Nevada, bringing the heaviest rain in a decade to this area.
Taking with it so far, this well-known tree called the Pioneer Cabin Tree, and ancient giant sequoia tree with a hollowed-out tunnel wide enough for a car to pass. And in Yosemite, damages so far limited from this ten year flood but creating a waterfall spectacle which few were around to see.