Storms end Southern California water restrictions for 7M


There's a silver lining from the latest storm to drench California. I'm Lisa dwyer. California's 11th atmospheric river left the storm soaked state with a bang bringing flooded roadways, landslides, and toppled trees to the southern part of the state, but also a drought busting rainfall that means the end of water restrictions for nearly 7 million people. The decision brings some relief amid the state's historic drought, but weather woes remain an additional 61,000 people remain under evacuation warnings. California's governor Gavin Newsom. We do as I speak 31 shelters that are operating in 14 counties in the state of California. And there is more weather on the way. None of us naive about what we're looking forward to next week, potentially on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, 12th atmospheric river. I'm Lisa dwyer

Coming up next