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More rain expected in soaked Southern California

Three El Ni storms in a row hit Southern California so far this week. Another storm is expected Saturday.

Officials will study both the behavior of van cleef & arpels necklace replica the storms and how officials responded to them. The assessments are important because forecasters are predicting a winter of heavy, potentially destructive rain because of the El Ni weather pattern. Concern remains high that such frequent storms over time can erode hillsides and cause more mudslides.

The week in pictures Times photographers captured big waves, flooding, snow, roaring rivers and more. Here's a look at some of the most memorable images of the week.

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Forceful and beautiful waves crash into the sea walls of homes at Mondos Beach under the mountains of the recent Solimar fire at high tide sunrise west of Ventura on Thursday morning.(Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Heavy snowfall in Wrightwood.(Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

Large replica van cleef & arpels alhambra bracelet boulders block Santa Susanna Pass Road two miles west of Topanga Canyon after a rain soaked hillside slid onto the roadway in Chatsworth.(Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)

Bitelio Ramirez looks out Thursday over trash that has piled up near the mouth of the Los Angeles River after two days of heavy rain.

Snow totals! The National Weather Service had reported the following three day snowfall totals in California as of Thursday morning:

30 inches at Snow Summit24 to 30 inches at Big Bear Lake12 to 15 inches at Mt. Laguna 6 to 10 inches at Lake Arrowhead3 inches (as of Wednesday evening) at Idyllwild 23 inches in Squaw Valley29 inches at Sierra at Tahoe Summit18 inches at Sierra at Tahoe Base30 inches at Mammoth MountainThousands without power in Big Bear area

Thousands of people were without power Thursday morning in the Big Bear area, which has received more than 2 feet of snow over the last three days.

Approximately 5,900 Bear Valley Electric Service customers on the south side of Big Bear Lake were experiencing outages because of the El Ni storm, the utility said.

By Thursday morning, crews had restored power to about 4,100 customers on the eastern side of Bear Valley.

About 2,600 Bear Valley Electric Service customer were without power in the Moonridge area.

An additional 2 to 6 inches of snow is possible above 4,000 feet, and snow levels are locally down to 3,500 feet, with southwest winds of 20 30 miles per hour and gusts up to 45 miles per hour.

Drivers should be cautious of hazardous conditions from snow and ice covered roads through the mountains, the weather service said.

Motorists should avoid mountain driving if possible and check the latest road reports before departing. Officials are urging drivers to keep emergency kits in their vehicles, including flashlights, food and water, extra clothes, blankets and tire chains.

The National Weather Service in San Diego has issued a winter storm warning for the mountains of San Bernardino and Riverside counties above 4,500 feet this morning.

Snow showers and isolated thunderstorms could occur throughout the morning, with an additional 4 to 8 inches of snow possible. There could be areas of near zero visibility because of blowing snow and fog.

A winter storm warning for San van cleef ans arpels Pendant replica Diego County mountains above 4,500 feet will remain in effect through Thursday evening.

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