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Next week, around January 30th - February 3rd, confidence is increasing regarding the occurrence of a significant atmospheric river event progressing southward along the West Coast. There is a 60 to 80% probability of above-average precipitation throughout a substantial portion of the West Coast, Southwest, and Intermountain West. 

Throughout the atmospheric river event, there is a moderate risk of intense precipitation in most of California and coastal areas of the Pacific Northwest from January 30th to February 3rd. There is a high risk of such precipitation across California from January 30th to February 2nd, posing a potential threat of localized flooding and landslides. The elevated regions of the northern Sierra Nevada and Klamath Range are expected to experience heavy snowfall, with snow levels anticipated to decrease as the event unfolds. Additionally, hazardous onshore high winds are likely to impact the West Coast, particularly affecting the Pacific Northwest down to much of California. This could result in coastal erosion due to persistently high waves.

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