This NOAA satellite image taken Monday, Sept. 21, 2015, shows clear skies over most of California with Tropical Depression Sixteen-E moving onshore over the Baja Peninsula. This system will continue to move into the desert Southwest and produce widespread heavy rainfall that could lead to flash flooding.
This NOAA satellite image taken Monday, Sept. 21, 2015, shows clear skies over most of California with Tropical Depression Sixteen-E moving onshore over the Baja Peninsula. This system will continue to move into the desert Southwest and produce widespread heavy rainfall that could lead to flash flooding. Weather Underground AP
This NOAA satellite image taken Monday, Sept. 21, 2015, shows clear skies over most of California with Tropical Depression Sixteen-E moving onshore over the Baja Peninsula. This system will continue to move into the desert Southwest and produce widespread heavy rainfall that could lead to flash flooding. Weather Underground AP

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