California weather: crews try to clean up before the next round of storms | LiveNOW from FOX

California has experienced six atmospheric rivers in recent weeks and is bracing for as many as three more, with the wild weather set to continue for at least another week. Meanwhile, the rising Salinas River is putting Northern California communities at risk. Flooding could cut off the Monterey Peninsula from the mainland. People in low-lying areas near the river were ordered to evacuate and the Monterey County sheriff warned that the peninsula could be turned into an "island." More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

Deadly storms rip through portions of Alabama

Tornado-warned storms producing "damaging winds and hail" moved through the Southeast Thursday, causing injuries in parts of Alabama, according to the National Weather Service.