Here’s How El Nino is Going to Wreck Your Life, Southern California

Here’s How El Nino is Going to Wreck Your Life, Southern California

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Hermosa beach, Southern California. Photograph: © SAF — Coastal Care

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El Niño, a warming of the Pacific Ocean, is causing the jet stream to direct storms into Southern California. El Niño storms are unpredictable. That can mean lightning strikes and high tides in the beach areas, flash floods in the high desert and mud flows in communities down stream of burn areas. It could also mean normal amounts of rainfall…

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