(Left to Right) Pilots Maj. Tyler Smentek, Lt. Daphne Piper of the California National Guard, along with Deputy Director Kelly Huston and Chief Deputy Director Nancy Ward of Cal OES consider the flight plan from today's aerial tour.

AERIAL VIDEO: Northern California’s Super Saturation as Even More Storms Roll into Region

Today the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, with a lift by the California National Guard, toured the flooded and super saturated areas of Northern California along the #Sacramento River. Below is raw video from an aerial survey of the conditions of rivers and levees in the greater Sacramento area, heading towards Colusa County.

This was shot from a California National Guard helicopter carrying emergency management officials responsible for coordinating the state’s response to the winter weather impacts. Video shot on Sunday, February 19, 2017 by Cal OES.

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Incoming Storm System

According the Sacramento office of the National Weather Serivce, the incoming storm system will bring #NorCal gusty conditions for the next several days. The strongest winds will occur Monday night and downed trees and potentially long lasting power outages.

National Weather Service

Northern California’s rivers are expected to be in flood or danger stage for much of the early part of this week. Including Sacramento, Feather, Tuolumne, San Joaquin, Cosumnes, Mokelumne, Merced rivers and the Yolo Bypass.

Be flood ready and prepared with the potential for short notice of an evacuation order by local authorities. Be sure to check your local area for wireless emergency alerts that can come straight to your phone!

3 thoughts on “AERIAL VIDEO: Northern California’s Super Saturation as Even More Storms Roll into Region

  • February 19, 2017 at 6:06 pm
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    Please the next time you go out will you take video of Oroville, Yuba City and Marysville? We do not have a good idea what is going on around us. We have evacuated once and looking like we may have to again with the storms coming in. We sure could use eyes we can trust. So many rumors swirling and our whole town is frazzled here in Yuba City.

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  • February 20, 2017 at 12:58 am
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    I agree with the comment up top. I live in Yuba City and think it would be helpful for all of us if you could please do a video for our area.

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