Second atmospheric river aims for California 

California is bracing for another atmospheric river that is set to hit the state soon.

This second system is expected to bring heavy rain and strong winds to the region.

The storm is expected to make landfall on Friday, March 10th, and continue through the weekend.

This comes after a series of atmospheric rivers hit the state in January and February, causing widespread flooding and landslides.

These weather events are fueled by a plume of moisture that originates over the Pacific Ocean.

Atmospheric rivers are important sources of water for California, but they can also cause significant damage and disruption.

The state is preparing for the storm by clearing out debris basins and monitoring flood-prone areas.

Officials are urging residents to take precautions and stay informed about weather alerts and evacuation orders.

The second atmospheric river is a reminder of the ongoing risk of extreme weather events in California and the need for preparedness and resilience.