A slow-moving storm will dump feet of snow and flooding rain across California Monday
- The late-season storm is expected to bring a foot to 2 feet of snow to mountain peaks and flooding rains to lower elevations.
- A flood advisory covers over 11 million people in Southern California, including Los Angeles, where rain could bring mudslides and debris flows over recent fire burn areas.
- The weather service expected the most torrential rain in Los Angles to begin just before sunrise Monday.
- There is also a Winter Storm Warning in effect for the mountains in Ventura and Los Angeles counties.
- Snow accumulations of 15 to 30 inches or more are possible above 6,000 feet, and about 4 to 12 inches between 4,500 and 6,000 feet, forecast the weather service in Los Angeles.
- Snow could accumulate at an elevation as low as the town of Grapevine, the weather service said.
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