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  • Video: Atmospheric rivers cut powerful swaths across the West

    Atmospheric rivers are a powerful weather phenomenon that can greatly alter rain and snow totals in a region. They stand apart from El Nino with singular characteristics meteorologists study closely with an eye toward predicting their path and anticipating their overall impact.

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Few showers in Sacramento, slick roads in Sierra Saturday

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