Heavy rain in Northern California spurs concerns of flooding, mudslides
Relentless rain in Northern California is raising concerns about flooding and mudslides in the region. California’s wine country is particularly vulnerable after devastating wildfires tore through the area last year. NBC’s Steve Patterson reports for TODAY from San Francisco.
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