In the last 72 hours, regions in Northern and Southern California have registered 5 to 9 inches of precipitation due to an unrelenting barrage of storms from the Pacific.

A respite from the inclement conditions is anticipated for most of California and the Pacific coastline, although Northern California is predicted to experience additional rainfall and snowfall by Wednesday.

Elements of the recent western tempest impacting California are set to merge with humid air from the Gulf of Mexico by Tuesday, potentially leading to inundating rains and a risk of severe thunderstorms across the Gulf Coast, spanning from Texas to Georgia. As of Tuesday morning, flood alerts are active in six southern states, stretching from Texas to Alabama.