Evacuations ordered in California as deadly storm slams into coast
Heavy rain and powerful winds are pounding the northern California coast and forecasters have warned people to expect more flooding and mudslides.
The powerful storm system known as a bomb cyclone has killed at least two people, including a toddler who died when a redwood tree fell on his home.
California has been under a state of emergency since Wednesday. Over 160,000 home and businesses have lost power.
Officials say the rain is falling on ground already soaked by past rainfall.
Much of the state has been hit by atmospheric...