Severe fall storms expected in California and Pacific Northwest




 

CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli reports on the first large atmospheric river of the season, which is expected to bring heavy rain and snow to western regions into next week. He explores how this will impact California and other parts of the Pacific Northwest suffering from a severe drought. He also discusses the stormy forecast for areas on the east side of the country.

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