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Southern California Hit with Another Atmospheric River

We are experiencing the yin and yang of climate change

I guess the drought in California is officially over—for now. See this CNN Story, California braces for a stronger atmospheric river this weekend.

It’s hard to emphasize how big of a deal and how rare a Level 4 “high risk” area is. They are issued on fewer than 4 percent of days per year on average, but are responsible for more than 80 percent of all flood-related damage and 39 percent of all flood-related deaths."

We collectively are experiencing the yin and yang of climate change. The United States went through a collective deep freeze event in January, followed by much warmer than normal weather conditions now. In Minnesota they cancelled an "ice shanty" event due to thin ice in February.

California is known for its wildfires, not significant rain events. Need I say more?
Disaster Zone by Eric Holdeman is dedicated to sharing information about the world of emergency management and homeland security.