People look at cars and homes on a flooded street in San Jose.
A woman walks through mud on a street in San Jose after gathering some belongings.
Flood waters rise on a street soaking cars and homes in San Jose where 14,000 people were evacuated.
A man cleans mud off a driveway in San Jose.
This photo from NASA's Earth Observatory shows the effects of the rain on California's hydrologic system.
Residents of northern and central parts of California, already drenched by weeks of rain, prepared Monday for possible flooding and landslides as another round of storms pummeled the state.
More than 14 million people are under a flood warning or flash flood watch and residents have been advised to prepare for evacuations.
Six to 10 inches of rain could fall from San Francisco eastward before the storm tapers off mid-week, CNN meteorologist Dave Hennen said.
Thousand Oaks policer rescued three people stuck on an elevated area in a barranca on Feb. 18.
A firefighter carries a woman from her car in Sun Valley, California, after the car was stuck in a flooded street.
Firefighters prepare to transport a patient from a scene where cars stalled on a flooded street.
A firefigher checks on a stalled car on a flooded Southern California street.
A firefigher carries caution tape to stalled cars on a flooded street in Sun Valley.
Interstate 5 was shut down in both directions in Sun Valley.
A bicyclist rides on a flooded street.
A man uses plastic bags on his feet while looking at a flooded street.
A man boards a bus on flooded street.
Motorists attempt to drive through the flooded Southern California streets.
The heavy rain closed lanes on the Pacific Coast Highway.