From The Washington Post – After record-shattering rains poured over swaths of California, the potent atmospheric river continues to sweep through the state and move eastward. Rainfall totals as high as 10 inches or more brought widespread severe flash flooding and triggered more than 300 landslides within just the greater Los Angeles area. As of Tuesday afternoon, more than 130,000 California customers were without power, and at least three people have been confirmed killed after impacts extended well beyond where the rain was most concentrated. While the worst of the storm had already affected most of the Golden State and flood watches have been dropped in Northern and Central California, parts of Southern California still faced significant rains and, in the mountains, heavy snowfall. (more)