: Biden warns Hurricane Hilary could ‘bring significant rain and flooding to Southern California’


President Joe Biden on Friday said his administration is “closely monitoring Hurricane Hilary, which has the potential to bring significant rain and flooding to Southern California.” Speaking at the start of a joint press conference at Camp David with the leaders of Japan and South Korea, the president said the Federal Emergency Management Agency has “pre-positioned personnel and supplies to the region, and they’re ready to respond as needed.” He urged “everyone in the path of the storm to take precautions and listen to the guidance from state and local officials.”

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