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El Nino Storm Pummeling Southern California

For those of you in Southern California, you might want to seek out higher ground and spend a few days indoors if at all possible. This year’s “El Nino” weather pattern is proving to be one of the strongest ever on record, and the rain slamming into the likes of San Diego and Los Angeles are certainly proof of that. Stay safe and stay dry if you can.

 

Back-to-back storms in the Pacific are threatening to douse parts of the West for more than two weeks, thanks to an El Niño weather system that is tied with the strongest ever on record.

Storms drenched California Tuesday, with 1.42 inches of rain recorded at Los Angeles International Airport, breaking a daily record set in 1979, National Weather Service. Santa Monica got nearly 1.5 inches of rain and Malibu got 1.76 inches over the last 24 hours as of 4 p.m. local time (7 p.m. ET), the NWS said. Continue Reading

Rick Sunderland

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