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Take a captivating aerial tour of California's massive water system 8:22

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Take a look at Sacramento's rain as a major winter storm rolls in

Watch California driver try to outrun flash flooding on curvy hill 0:27

Watch California driver try to outrun flash flooding on curvy hill

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