Photos: Storms Pummel the West with Flooding, Wind, Snow

By Andy Mussoline, Meteorologist
December 5, 2012; 5:42 AM ET
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Photos: Storms Pummel The West With Flooding, Wind, Snow

Storified by Accu Weather · Mon, Dec 03 2012 07:05:46

Nearly two feet of rain has deluged some communities in northern California, leading to street flooding.
They say there is no flood in California and here it is @.@ Do
Wild Western Weather: How Bad has it Been?Wild Western Weather: How Bad has it Been? Since November 27th, a series of powerhouse storms have pummeled the Northwest. The storms hav...
More flooding! "@ABC7forecast: Orchard flooding in Dairyville, Northern California. @Ginger_Zee @KRCR7 @eastwx"Ginger Zee
Nearly 2 feet of rain has fallen in Brandy Creek, Calif., just west of Redding, since
We r about to get wet in Cali this AM....b safe out there everyone! #rain #storm #nflsunday @ Casa Gonzalez Gonzalez
I really wish this rain would stop. I just want the sun to shine tomorrow & the whole week after.Cali Alley
High winds have been howling as the storms plow into the West Coast. A gust of 150 mph was measured at Mammoth Mountain, Calif.
Crazy storm as far as Northern Cali goes happening. Wind and rain has kept me up since 4.Kaidfather
And there goes the powerKaidfather
Heavy rain & windy in San Francisco. Should be fun flying out today. </sarcasm>Victor The Great ✌
Meanwhile, heavy snow has been falling in the higher elevations.
RT @brettawx: Another snow picture from Whistler/Blackcomb from earlier today..


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