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LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- As El Niño continued to strengthen in the Pacific Ocean, climatologists on Thursday suggested in the wake of a newly released report that it has the potential to become the most powerful ever recorded and could bring "extreme rainfall" to drought-stricken California.
"Everything now is going to the right way for El Niño," Patzert said. "If this lines up to its potential, this thing can bring a lot of floods, mudslides and mayhem."
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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: Skid Mark
The article states that the rainfall will not be enough to reverse the drought. This is a comment attributed to a spokesperson from the water management folks from those parts.
Do they have restrictions on homeowners collecting rainwater in Cali?
originally posted by: Skid Mark
a reply to: Profusion
That takes care of the water shortage I guess, if it's going to be a lot of rain. They better not complain about flooding lol.