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Nasty weather still battering Southern California

2:33 P.M. ET 2/22/2005


B. Bernard, Sr. Meteorologist, The Weather Channel



Flooding rains, deep mountain snows and thunderstorms continue to pound Southern California today as a storm system churns just offshore. Isolated severe storms with hail and weak tornadoes and/or waterspouts will threaten areas near the coast. Also, isolated storms with large hail could develop as far east as western Arizona this afternoon. In the mountains, locations above 7000 feet may well get as much as 10 feet of snow before this wintry onslaught relents. Mountain High in the eastern San Gabriels already has measured 7 feet since the event began on Thursday.


Farther east, isolated severe storms with large hail and damaging wind gusts may erupt this afternoon along and south of a cold front in the Deep South. Big storms may also erupt over Texas where portions of West Texas could see isolated tornadoes this evening. Also, heavy rain is expected to develop near the Texas-Oklahoma border (in the Red Valley) overnight.

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