(KTXL) — An atmospheric river brought continuous rain to California Friday and Saturday, leaving widespread flooding, impacted roadways and high water levels in lakes and rivers.

In Sacramento County, a flash flood warning has been issued in areas near the community of Wilton due to “imminent levee failure” near the Cosumnes River.

Sacramento County proclaimed a “local state of emergency for winter storms,” and the Board of Supervisors is expected to ratify the proclamation in the coming days.

In the Sierra Nevada, there is also flooding from the rainfall and snowmelt and chain controls along many roadways.

See all of the active National Weather Service alerts here.

Live Updates:

Tuesday, Jan. 3

3:45 p.m.

The City of Stockton announced they will be closing all their parks on Tuesday due to the upcoming storm.

Sacramento County also announced they will be closing their parks on Wednesday due to the upcoming storm.

10:30 a.m.

More than 2000 SMUD customers are still without power. On Saturday night, SMUD’s outage map had shown that more than 150,000 customers were without power. 

Monday, Jan. 2

8:36 p.m.

Highway 99 is partially closed between Fruitridge and Florin roads with only one lane being open on both sides of the highway. This closure is due to flooding near 47th Avenue, according to Caltrans District 3.

Caltrans said that the pumphouse on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard has failed.

4:05 p.m.

The Highway 99 Dillard Road off-ramps are closed down due to potential flooding, according to CHP South Sacramento.

2 p.m.

Sacramento Regional Transit said the Blue and Gold light rail lines have resumed regular service.

1:30 p.m.

The National Weather Service predicts that the coming storm on Wednesday will be “major.”

The storm is expected to have strong damaging winds, heavy rain on already saturated ground and heavy mountain snow.

7:08 a.m.

During the night, the southbound lanes of Highway 99 were reopened, and by morning the CHP advised that all lanes in both directions between Grant Line Road and Twin Cities Road were opened, one day after being closed due to flooding.

7:00 a.m.

1,075 inmates and additional staff were safely evacuated from the Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center due to weather conditions and the impacts on roadways surrounding the facility, and transported to nearby correctional facilities, according to the Sacramento County Sheriff.

RCCC is located in a rural area directly south of Elk Grove near Bruceville Road and Twin Cities Road, a few miles away from the Cosumnes River and some of the flooded areas.

Sunday, Jan. 1

3:41 p.m.

The evacuation warning has been escalated to an evacuation order in Point Pleasant, according to the Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services

3:20 p.m.

Officials from the Cosumnes Fire Department confirmed to FOX40 News that one person was found dead inside a submerged vehicle around 10:30 Sunday morning.

According to the fire department, the person was found in the area of Dillard Road east of Highway 99.

2:07 p.m.

Firefighters from the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District located in Copter 1 found a victim in water pressed against trees.

Firefighters were able to hoist the victim to safety. Firefighters then brought the victim to the ground and they were then taken by ambulance to a local hospital.

1:41 p.m.

According to the Cosumnes Fire Department, firefighters are on the scene of a water rescue near Highway 99 and Dillard Road.

There is no further information regarding this incident at this time.

12:43 p.m.

Sacramento County officials issued an evacuation warning to residents in the areas of Point Pleasant, Glanville Tract and Franklin Pond before the roadways are flooded and cut off the area.

The area is between Interstate 5 and the Sacramento River, as well as south of Elk Grove toward Twin Cities Road.

“It is expected that the flooding from the Cosumnes River and the Mokelumne River is moving southwest toward I-5 and could reach these areas in the middle of the night.  Livestock in the affected areas should be moved to higher ground,” county officials said.

9:51 a.m.

After rescuing many people throughout the night, including one person who was washed off the roadway and trapped in water, the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District announced that Copter 1 is flying and assisting those who need help.

9:21 a.m.

A flash flood warning has been extended in Sacramento County until 11:15 p.m. Sunday due to flooding along the Cosumnes River.

Locations included in the flash flood warning are a stretch of Highway 99 between Elk Grove and Galt and the area east of Interstate 5 through Highway 99 into the area of Wilton.

9:14 a.m.

According to the California Highway Patrol, a stretch of Highway 99 between Elk Grove and Galt has been closed due to the Cosumnes River flooding.

The CHP said there is no estimated time when the freeway will be reopening.

The closure is in the area of Dillard Road, next to the Cosumnes River, which passes between the cities of Elk Grove and Galt, and also caused flooding in the nearby community of Wilton.