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Tuesday update. Hillary continues to lose energy and is now a tropical depression with its epicenter located at coordinates 38.3N 117.9W, or already in the territory of Nevada, about sixty kilometers from the California border. Here, heavy rain is still expected for the next 24 hours, which also includes Utah through the early hours of Wednesday. Meanwhile, the rains in California have stopped, however The situation remains critical in some mountainous areas of the Sierra Nevadawhere waterlogged soil risks causing major landslides, as happened in Cathedral City, near Palm Springs. Here, more than 80mm of water that fell in known arid areas caused a major landslide that inundated a nursing home in the night between Sunday and Monday, with the water and mud level rising to 1.5 metres. All passengers were rescued by rescuers. Several roads were closed, including Interstate 10, but reopened in the final hours of Monday.
Tropical Storm Hillary can’t stop the Pepsi Man. pic.twitter.com/ys6H8oI9JT
Citizen Free Press (CitizenFreePres) August 21, 2023
WATCH: Footage shows the aftermath of Tropical Storm Hillary in Cathedral City, California. People are stranded in their homes. pic.twitter.com/ne4Rbznm9l
– AlphaFo (@Alphafox78) August 21, 2023
Tropical Storm Hillary feeding Lake Mead and Lake Powell. pic.twitter.com/1YoFQjn7np
– Truthseeker (@Xx17965797N) August 21, 2023
Hillary, the first tropical storm to hit Southern California in 84 years, dropped more than half of the annual amount of rain in some areas, causing flash floods and mudslides. pic.twitter.com/M7vu2sXI0X
– DW News (dwnews) August 22, 2023
Monday evening 30,000 people were without electricity Because of the bad weather caused by Hillary. Fortunately, no deaths were reported in California, but one victim occurred on Sunday in Mexico, in the state of Baja California, where Hillary was hit by hurricane force and winds of up to 130 km / h.
– AccuWeather (accuweather) August 21, 2023
Meanwhile, the state of California was also affected 5.1 magnitude earthquake With the epicenter northwest of Los Angeles, without causing major damage.
Video: The moment a 5.3-magnitude initial earthquake strikes near Los Angeles, California. pic.twitter.com/hsEqmPS84w
– PM Breaking News (@PMBbreakingNews) August 20, 2023
Monday update. In the early hours of last night here in Italy, Late yesterday afternoon in California storm Hillary It fell with unprecedented ferocity in at least 10 counties in the state. Heavy rains and flash floods were feared, and so it was, from Los Angeles to San Diego to San Bernardino and Riverside, it’s all a cascade of floods, landslides, and floods. Region especially Dry and almost devoid of vegetation Important only high in the mountains answered onHuge amount of rain in the only possible way, Melting and washing towards the valleys with rivers of mud. Hillary is the first tropical storm to hit California in 84 years. the Governor Gavin Christopher Newsom I have announced national emergency She called on people not to leave the house.
– Aaron Rigsby (AaronRigsbyOSC) August 21, 2023
aerial photo of Los Angeles City With the entire playground area underwater.
– US weather track (weathertrackus) August 21, 2023
– Viral News Italia (@viralnewsitalia) August 21, 2023
A terrifying night for any traveler, rivers of mud flooded highways and highways interruption at several points Communication ways
A state of emergency has been declared for most of Southern California, with flash flood warnings, after Tropical Storm Hillary battered the region #TropicalStormHilary #this Hahahahaha # Hurricane Hillary # Hurricane Hillary pic.twitter.com/yECdQAVH3P
— This guy Shane (ProfanityNewz) August 21, 2023
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— Scott (@ChaseTheWX) August 21, 2023
– WxChasing- Brandon Clement (@bclemms) August 21, 2023
– Brandon Copic (@BrandonCopicWx) August 21, 2023
– Storm Chaser DL Scales (DLScalesWX) August 21, 2023
Downtown Los Angeles has become a navigable river
Los Angeles floods due to Hurricane Hillary, California, USA
– NDNews Weather (@NDNews_Weather) August 21, 2023
Against a very low average for the month of August, a few rains fell, 2-3 mm at most, from about 50 to 70 mm. Mid year rains.
— Charles Peek (@CharlesPeekWX) August 20, 2023
Salton floods! This is Salton. Dolphin Road.
Here comes Hillary!!# tropical # Tropical Storm # Ask forgiveness # Good morning #monsoon 2023#Signal lights #Flood @tweet@tweet #cawx @tweet @tweet @weather channel @tweet #Salton # Oh, Lord pic.twitter.com/AtXE4zRCyb
– Maria Thompson (@mthompsonator) August 20, 2023
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