Officials in California's Napa County Shut Flood Gates Ahead of Storm

Officials in Napa, California, shut the Napa River bypass flood gates on Wednesday, January 4, as a powerful storm approached.

The National Weather Service issued a coastal flood advisory for the region and urged travelers against driving around barricades or through water.

Footage posted to the County of Napa Twitter page shows officials and community members shutting and securing the flood gates ahead of the storm. Credit: County of Napa via Storyful

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