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More extreme weather expected in California



37 million California residents have been put on a flood watch amid back-to-back storms that could trigger more mudflows and landslides in many parts of the state.

It comes after two previous atmospheric river storms already left widespread damage to homes, vehicles and infrastructure.
Ediz Tiyansan reports from Los Angeles.

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